A trap for taxi drivers.
Not real poo!
A greedy rogue.
Having to carry your own golf clubs.
People who steal cameras.
The result of prolonged periods of Julian Clary impressions.
Yes, we are able to help Ian.
A narrow boat for one.
Tin of urine.
The mistake BP made in the Gulf of Mexico.
Male relative with extreme views on car fuel systems.
How Noah saved the fishes from the great flood.
Being friendly to fish.
To go fishing.
Feline grooming device.
A rather strange award in the form of a cat.
Blimey, a twig!.
A bit like a cavern.
The force of attraction which enables people to stay on their feet whilst exploring caves.
A bit like a basement.
Half a tree.
Facial expression of pleasure whilst having sex.
A cross between a camel and a lion.
To fake injury.
An uprising of cleaning staff.
Fire damage to an oriental vase.
What Britany Spears does when getting out of a car and Sharon Stone does when being interviewed by the police.
A bit like a chair.
Something dropped by Tony Blair's wife.
Something Chris is compelled to do.
The coolest knight around.
Stripping the insulation from electric cable.
To politely ask the captain to do his job.
Posture adopted after midlife conversion to judaism.
The hole in the top of a circus tent.
Your sister's behind.
Shortage of coal.
To run away together.
Crazy about hot chocolate.
A stud farm for sheepdogs.
Fizzy drink made from the large intestine.
The art of scrutinising punctuation.
A prisoner in an elevator.
A prisoner on an adventure.
A barn for bad horses.
Prison railway service.
A part-time con artist.
To deceive a monster.
Pay scale for police officers working during the hours of darkness.
My gosh! Mister and Missus!
Good heavens! Extra insects.
A very heavy crib.
A manufacturer of worktops.
An insect involved in witchcraft.
The act of comforting a cow.
A somewhat shy smell.
A very small crow.
A very unhappy archer.
Someone who decorates or otherwise improves the appearance of crucifixes.
To drag a very small piece of cake across a table.
A continent populated entirely by very old people.
A four wheeled bicycle.
A puzzle book.
A group of very clever linguists.
A sport which involves jumping over sour milk.
A canine appendage.
A phone call from a lovely young lady.