It’s not A-levels results day if The Grand Tour presenter Jeremy Clarkson isn’t tweeting about his own, with his annual message arriving right on time today.
In the past we’ve seen him share some low key humblebrags about his rented French chateaus, his Range Rovers, and his yachts, in an effort to ease the stress of students who might not have got the marks they expected.
Today? We’re back on the house wagon, as he bragged about his latest real estate development in the country, where he is running the Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswolds.
He tweeted on Thursday morning: ‘A level results not great? Don’t worry, I got a C and 2 Us and I’m currently building a large house with far reaching views of the Cotswolds.’
Oh, that wasn’t it though, as he seemingly levelled a dig in the direction of the government in the process.
He went on: ‘And I didn’t even get the chance to insist the government gave me three As instead.’
While we’re not all that sure what 60-year-old Jeremy is on about, we wonder if it has something to do with Education Secretary Gavin Williamson announcing students can use mock results if they are unhappy with the calculated grades they are awarded on Thursday
Seeing as, you know, we’re in the middle of a pandemic and the school year has been pretty darn disrupted.
Still, Jeremy’s yearly message was welcomed with open arms by his followers, who had been waiting with bated breath for this year’s injection of sage wisdom and experienced knowledge.
The Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host isn’t shy about telling you about how he failed his exams yet managed to do alright in life. In fact, he makes the same smug point every year.
Last year he wrote: ‘A level results a bit rubbish? Don’t worry. I got a C and two Us and I’ve rented this place for the summer.’
Cut to a picture of a rather beautiful chateau in France.
The year before: ‘And I’m sitting here deciding which of my Range Rovers to use today.’
In 2017, it was: ‘If you didn’t get the right A level results, don’t worry. I got a C and 2 Us, and my chef is preparing truffles for breakfast.’
Our personal favourite in 2016 sported: ‘If your A level results are disappointing, don’t worry. I got a C and two Us, and I’m currently on a superyacht in the Med.’
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