When something is really obvious. This is due to the comments of Christie Malthouse on Channel Ten coverage during AFL matches. Commentators Tim Lane and Stephen Quartermain always seem to find out and commentate on things (injuries, conditions) before Christie gets to it. Hence when Christie is put on the camera around the boundary, she says something like "Fevola is injured" but infact the commentators in the box have already talked of this. The fact is following this comment by Malthouse; Quarters and Lane respond by saying "Thanks Christie."
A: "Hey mate look the sun is yellow"
B: "Thanks Christie"

A: "Tomorow is Monday"
B: "Thanks Christie"

A: "The earth has water on it"
B: "Thanks Christie"
作者 buncer 2010年10月13日

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