BBC executives have defended the right to pay women 95% less than their male counterparts because “Ryvita is inexpensive”.
The BBC has defended paying men eighteen times more than women because, it says, “ladies don’t eat much”.
“Salad’s fairly cheap these days,” explained top executive, Tarquin Smythe, “and quinoa has come down a lot in price, I believe.
“Sure, we need to pay them something so they can buy make-up and look pretty, but beyond that, what do they need it for?” he asked.
“We mustn’t forget it’s taxpayers money we’re dealing with,” he pointed out, “I’m sure they’ll be happy their hard-earned cash doesn’t end up being thrown away on uneaten sausages and luxury tampons”.