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The radio show was Queensland FM (QFM) and the host was Jim. The phone-in competition was to give an English word that's not in the Oxford Dictionary and put the word in a sentence. The first prize was a fortnight for two in Los Angeles. The show went as follows (don't forget the Aussie accent): Jim: 'Hi, this is Jim. What's your name and what's your word' Caller: 'This is Bob from the bush and my word is gaan, spelt g. a. a. n. 'Jim: 'Thanks Bob, my assistants are just checking and they are telling me that the word does not appear in the oxford Dictionary, so for two weeks in Los Angeles, please put your word into a sentence.' Bob from the bush: 'Gaan f*** yourself!' Jim immediately breaks the call and puts out the following message: 'Ladies and gents, this is a family show and we would appreciate that any future contestants refrain from using such language.' Forty-five minutes and many unsuccessful contestants later... Jim: 'Hi, this is Jim at QFM. What's your name and what's your word.' Caller: 'This is Steve from Caloundra and my word is smee, spelt s. m. e. e. ' Jim: 'Thanks Steve, we're just checking... and... yes, smee does not appear in the Oxford Dictionary. Now for two weeks in Los Angeles, please put your word into a sentence.' Steve: 'Smee again, gaan f*** yourself!'