Why yes, I have the horn for the men of Top Gear - mostly for James May, but the Hamster and Jezza definitely have their moments.

 

Jeremy Clarkson: I may be a BE11END but I’m not suicidal

clackspoon:

A COUPLE of weekends ago, the entire Top Gear film crew was hounded out of Argentina’s troubled southern-most province by a stone-throwing mob of twenty-something “war veterans”.

And of course, back at home, everyone is saying: “Well, you asked for it.”

This is because I had been driving a…

Clarkson shares further insight on his number plate trauma experience in his uniquely blustering, yet self-deprecating fashion.

Ah, the ‘let’s drive cute, impractical convertible cars and go camping’ film.  A classic Hammond-and-May-Buddy-Adventure-Comedy.

Ah, the ‘let’s drive cute, impractical convertible cars and go camping’ film.  A classic Hammond-and-May-Buddy-Adventure-Comedy.

(Source: hammondandmay)

straightwiththemedicine:

muggs8787:

ilemmy:

fiftyshadesofjamesmay:

hammondandmay:

Hmm, wearing matching shirts…

Now didn’t James say Richard use to bunk at his on occasion in the early days of TG because he didn’t live close enough to travel to the studio? Maybe some shirt swapping went on since judging from the set this is early days of TG.Or idk, busy florals are actually ‘a thing’ as far as men’s shirts go that come in and out of fashion. Currently that jazz is back in but not in soft colors, however I love floral prints for all season myself so…./50hoursofsartorialranting

In the unique way the BBC is funded…

On a similar note, I do wonder about this shirt sometimes:


The stripes are different, so I don’t know if it’s the same one or not.
Unless someone has it on backwards.

This post is killing me 😆😍

Richard is so much littler than James that I don’t see how they could reasonably share shirts.  Both of them claim a general lack of fashion sense (although Richard usually looks pretty stylish, but perhaps that’s Mindy’s influence) so I can completely understand the two of them unintentionally buying similar clothing when left to their own devices.
'Hmm, there are a lot of these shirts on the rail; they must be the going thing, so I'll have one…'

straightwiththemedicine:

muggs8787:

ilemmy:

fiftyshadesofjamesmay:

hammondandmay:

Hmm, wearing matching shirts…

Now didn’t James say Richard use to bunk at his on occasion in the early days of TG because he didn’t live close enough to travel to the studio? Maybe some shirt swapping went on since judging from the set this is early days of TG.

Or idk, busy florals are actually ‘a thing’ as far as men’s shirts go that come in and out of fashion. Currently that jazz is back in but not in soft colors, however I love floral prints for all season myself so….

/50hoursofsartorialranting

In the unique way the BBC is funded…

On a similar note, I do wonder about this shirt sometimes:

image

image

The stripes are different, so I don’t know if it’s the same one or not.

Unless someone has it on backwards.

This post is killing me 😆😍

Richard is so much littler than James that I don’t see how they could reasonably share shirts.  Both of them claim a general lack of fashion sense (although Richard usually looks pretty stylish, but perhaps that’s Mindy’s influence) so I can completely understand the two of them unintentionally buying similar clothing when left to their own devices.

'Hmm, there are a lot of these shirts on the rail; they must be the going thing, so I'll have one…'

Top Gear: A-Z

Pedant, Pikey, Pillock

[insp.]

The Top Gear Alphabet has been excellent all around, but this one is outstanding in a field of excellence.  Nicely done.

If I had a Subaru, I would absolutely modify it as such.  I’d only try to find an ‘E’ that was scaled a little better.

If I had a Subaru, I would absolutely modify it as such.  I’d only try to find an ‘E’ that was scaled a little better.

(Source: marwa-blues)