I’m greatly amused by this, but I’m not sure why (bit of a theme there).
“US bemused by Blaine-baiters” (BBC)
“There was consternation that someone of Sir Paul’s status might allegedly use a four-letter word when referring to the 30-year-old New Yorker.” Poor puritan Americans. The c-word is probably the most common word in the English language.
“Medical student Allison LaFata, 25, said: “We think of you as prim and proper. I wouldn’t expect to go to London and see lots of drunken, rowdy behaviour.””