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Jeremy Clarkson criticised for road-testing wives

Some say he can't keep his flies up. All we know is, he's called Jeremy.A Top Gear challenge to discover which of the presenters had the fastest wife has been criticised after Jeremy Clarkson decided to swap spouses, and was seen clambering into an ex-wife whom he declared an ‘absolute classic’.

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Posted: Oct 29th, 2013
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Image of Jesus appears on Jeremy Clarkson’s teeth

An image of Jesus has appeared on Jeremy Clarkson’s teeth, the first holy endorsement of the car journalist’s ‘motor mouth’.

‘Just because I’m on TV people think I should have perfect teeth but I’m not a homosexual so I don’t go to the dentist’, insisted Clarkson. The phenomenon caused Clarkson to analyse his greatness, and draw some startling comparisons with the Son of God.

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Posted: Jul 28th, 2012
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WWF adds Crooning Lounge Lizard to endangered species list

love required several times a night, if they're luuucky enough‘It had been hibernating for years but we managed to tempt it out with a small bottle of Krug and a free trip to the Eurovision Song Contest.’

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Posted: May 14th, 2012
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Other people definitely arseholes, say scientists

Scientists at the Institute of Clinical Knowledge believe they may have finally proved that other people are definitely arseholes. Lead author Dr John Anderson said, ‘For many years there has been anecdotal evidence that other people are arseholes but we believe we have conclusively proved it.’

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Posted: Feb 23rd, 2012
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Chris Huhne denies using stone mason skills to remove speed bumps

policemen were sleepingCabinet Minister Chris Huhne is at the centre of a fresh driving storm after allegations that he attempted to remove a series of speed bumps from outside a primary school using a mallet and a chisel.

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Posted: Jan 23rd, 2012
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