My husband was getting all hot under the collar
Staff at a Warwickshire company will be getting hot under the collar
after securing a contract to distribute sexy lingerie.
Etiquette: Putnam sometimes gets hot under the collar
if the caller says something he doesn't agree with.
And Rita, 23, has revealed the role left her hot under the collar
COMIC legend Stan Boardman got hot under the collar
as he got in training for a foodie fundraiser.
The pots are getting hot under the collar
because the kettles are threatening to tax the vast bonuses that have been earned for conspicuous failure.
That's the tough message from Tamworth Borough Council as it emerged binmen are being verbally and physically abused as residents get hot under the collar
over rubbish and recycling collections.
But the organisers have got hot under the collar
, after one firm produced spoof T-shirts backing four sports that won't appear in the Games but sadly too many Glaswegians already excel in - pool, darts, beer drinking and TV watching.
After an ill-advised fling with Sean, she gets hot under the collar
with Jack, right.
CLASSIC FM got all hot under the collar
and described Mike Oldfield's new symphonic set as "a Planets for the 21st century".
PRIESTS are getting hot under the collar
over plans to make them refuse to marry illegal immigrants.
A spokesman for Green Flag warns: "All the added pressure that Christmas brings can take its toll on drivers, who may find themselves getting hot under the collar
- not a good frame of mind to be in when behind the wheel.
What was getting her hot under the collar
was that, no matter what the crime, all these tea leaves have their sentences cut in half.
You could say they were getting a bit hot under the collar
More than 1,700 Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars are to be recalled worldwide as some owners have been left a little hot under the collar
by their luxury motors.