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High collars and pussy bow ties are what's supposed to be getting us fashionably hot under the collar this summer.
The firm's Dominic Gaynor said: "We're all guilty of getting hot under the collar while driving."
I don't even remember any right-wing papers, readers getting hot under the collar or banging the reform of the House of Lords' bill.
In your head you're still that sexy young woman, Who got men so hot under the collar. But in reality you've got to face up the fact, You've turned into your mother.
Car hire firm Avis carried out a survey of motorists in the city to gauge how hot under the collar driving made them.
Of course no one can compare to my favourite contestant, Janet Street-Porter, but there's no doubt that anyone who can get Gregg hot under the collar is going to make great TV.
EASYJET left the Red Hot Chilli Pipers hot under the collar - by trashing one of their guitars.
* IT'S not just players who get hot under the collar in Brazil, where Fluminense's kit man faces a fine and ban of up to 12 matches for trying to attack a linesman.
According to the data, the SEAT Alhambra (1996-present) is most likely to leave occupants hot under the collar with 7.5 per cent, or one in 13 models, expected to develop an air-con fault.
After several weeks of seeing celebs getting very hot under the collar while attempting to prepare sumptuous dishes, we find out which of them has stood the kitchen heat best.
Click on the slideshow to begin but first, a word of caution - if you're feeling hot under the collar, it's more than just the weather that is to be blamed:
The gossip surrounding the pair has apparently got Katie's representative hot under the collar.