Wrestling legend points out embarrassing tweet that will amuse British fans
It has been said that the United Kingdom and the United States are two countries separated by a common language.
This has never been more true than this week, when wrestler Mick Foley pointed out a comment from the WWE that could be easily misconstrued.
The organisation held a nostalgia-heavy Twitter competition, and Foley being thrown from the ring in a 1998 King of the Ring event was the winner.
But they could have found a more sensitive way to describe the event.
.@WWEUniverse - out of respect for our UK fans, let's not say The Undertaker "tossed me off". It means something different over there.
— Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) October 21, 2015
If you weren't convinced of Foley's explanation, see for yourself.