Here's's latest steaming pile of dung, by far its worst yet, featuring an awful scribbly thing singing Queen's Somebody To Love.This is clearly's most recent attempt to come up with a 'character' for its adverts that can rival Geo Compario from Go Compare and Aleksandr Orlov from Compare the Market (makes all its adverts in-house, perhaps explaining why they're all so unutterably dire).Many of the parodies were produced by James Signorelli.

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Last week, viewers were left unimpressed by the 'obvious' plot twist that Trish was having an affair with her best friend's husband, but the latest Broadchurch has plunged fans back into confusion.

In tonight's episode, the owner of Axehampton's dog discovered a football sock on the grounds which could have been the tool used to gag rape victim Trish.

The latest gives some sort of life to the original wavy-haired screaming thing that has appeared on the logo for some time.

Now it's called Cara and just want to find somebody to love. Or maybe it'a saying that customers have found something to love, in the shape of In the sense that that's how many people have used your service?

And when you say you don’t like not hearing from them for three days, they tell you you’re too clingy.

A grown ass man won’t just ghost for weird periods of time; if he’s busy, he’ll always find two seconds to let you know what’s up. He takes you on thoughtful dates away from his cave.

Before parting ways, they both agree that they will never see each other again.

Just like these two strangers, Citi values the importance of transparency.

It offered a compilation of bits from the Cameron Diaz/Smashing Pumpkins September 1998 episode before that episode had even finished.