IF YOU'VE got a bit hot under the collar
in work this week, spare a thought for these guys.
Det Supt Bobby Singleton appears to have several women - and a few men - hot under the collar
. And they have dubbed him #officerhotstuff while responding to his photos on the PSNI Facebook site.
ONCE again, people are getting hot under the collar
over Boris Johnson''s latest pronouncement.
SIR - Some of your correspondents seem to get hot under the collar
at the correct spelling of the name of the village of Farteg.
Yes, after several weeks of seeing D-list celebs getting very hot under the collar
while attempting to prepare sumptuous dishes, we're about to find out which of them has stood the kitchen heat better than the rest.
And there will be those who get hot under the collar
because it's simply too sunny for comfort.
Of course, football is a passionate game, long may it remain so, and of course, it's natural to get hot under the collar
about what folk see as injustices, but this is the essence of sport and contrary to what Nigel Clough says it is more mature to turn the other cheek and walk away.
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.
And he said there is no need to get hot under the collar
and shout at staff like many of the nastier celeb chefs do.
Anyone can make a mistake, and in this case the cops got it wrong, but what got me hot under the collar
is not the false accusation, but the fact that the alleged offence had taken place only an hour earlier and for the paltry sum of 20 quid.
If you start getting hot under the collar
the minute you enter the lingerie department, or if basques, balconettes and bustiers bring you out in a cold sweat, help is at hand.
If I read another article describing him in glowing terms as a future England manager I'll get so hot under the collar
I might spontaneously combust.