Diddly Squat’s controversial beer slogan, according to Jeremy Clarkson, “fell foul of the regulator.”
JEREMY CLARKSON has confessed that the Advertising Standards Authority has sensationally rejected his controversial slogan suggestion for the next Diddly Squat Farm Shop product.
To market his new brew, Jeremy Clarkson was dead set on adopting the phrase “if you’re an alcoholic, don’t fight it, feed it.”
He decided the next obvious step was to sell and advertise his own lager brand after purchasing his own farm, which is currently the subject of an Amazon Prime series, and having innumerable colorful adventures birthing lambs and learning to drive a tractor.
Jeremy Clarkson: I wanted a brewery so I could have a p ***-up in it.
The barley needed to make it is grown on Jeremy’s Diddly Squat Farm, which is amusingly named.
Authorities, on the other hand, did not approve of his forthright promotion of the beverage.
“The regulator got wind of ‘If you’re an alcoholic, don’t fight it, feed it,'” he admitted in an interview with The Sun.
“You can’t say a lot of things.” They won’t let you say things like, “This is a fantastic breakfast beer.”
“It’s incredibly dull.” ‘This is lager,’ I’m basically permitted to say.” Any advertising strategies that appear to encourage overindulgence are being avoided by the regulator.
In 2017, Jeremy had a terrifying alcohol-related health issue that caused him to turn purple and start shaking violently.
Doctors on Majorca, a major tourist destination, were so worried about his health that they brought him to the hospital right away, without even running any tests.
He suffered pneumonia and blood poisoning, according to his diagnosis.
He no longer tries to hide his proclivity for overindulgence, admitting that he and girlfriend Lisa drink themselves “silly” on their 1,000-acre Oxfordshire property.
He also admits to drinking and filming episodes of his Amazon show, Clarkson’s Farm.
In fact, after a teacher informed him in high school that he “couldn’t organize a p*** up in a brewery,” Jeremy became even more motivated to prove the doubters wrong – even if it meant becoming “the unfittest” he’d ever been.
He quipped, “I wanted a brewery so I could have a p***-up in it.”
“Now I’ll be able to tell my former career teacher, ‘You see?’ ‘I told you I was capable!’ I’m. “Brinkwire News Summary.”