Jeremy Clarkson, the host of Amazon Prime’s Clarkson’s Farm, was surprised to find an insulting sign pointing to Diddly Squat Farm Shop on the public road that seemed to have appeared overnight. The Grand Tour presenter spotted the sign that read “Diddly T**t Farm Shop” as he drove past it on the A361.
“Someone’s been busy in the night,” Clarkson posted alongside a photo of the sign. But Kaleb Cooper, his number two on the farm, was quick to find it hilarious: “Haha! That’s so funny,” he responded.
“Council likely commissioned it,” one fan of the show joked.
Another added: “Council won’t find any issues with this.”
Another fan poked fun at Grand Tour co-presenter Richard Hammond’s small stature:
“Was at first thinking this was Hammond but then quickly realised the signage is too high and he could reach it anyway.”
One fan questioned why Jeremy is getting so much hate:
“I fail to understand why people despise what you’re doing,” he wrote. “Like … Bringing in massive cash injections to an otherwise struggling community and advocating publicly on all your platforms for farmers … What’s wrong with that?
“Is it just the envy of your ability to make money or god forbid drop significant amounts of cash on these causes? I still have a hard time understanding what the actual f*** is wrong with all this… Some care to explain please? (Disclaimer: no I’m not idolizing Jeremy here, just looking at it through an objective lense. And no I’m not a farmer and don’t live in that are and have never been to that farm either)” [sic]
They have a very good point…