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The 8 funny signs and jokes in Car Share: Unscripted that you might have missed

The 8 funny signs and jokes in Car Share: Unscripted that you might have missed
08 May
4:56

From a giant hot dog to a Pies of Wigan shout-out, here’s what you might not have spotted in Peter Kay’s Car Share Unscripted

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Almost as funny as what goes on inside the car are the numerous silly signs and sight gags that are peppered throughout every episode of Peter Kay’s Car Share.

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The Unscripted episode may have had mixed reviews, but there were some hilarious hidden jokes that you might’ve missed…

1. The Vengabus is coming

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In a nod to the 1998 Vengaboys classic, the Vengabus was coming. But nobody was jumping. Instead, they were stuck in traffic on the ring road.

2. Bargain beef

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A nod to fast food mega deals, here was a Beef Hot Dog for only 50p. The catch? It isn’t the same size as a Vauxhall Corsa.

3. An obliging car wash

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You have to squint for this one, but in the bottom right-hand side of the screen a car wash is advertising the ‘best hand job in town’. Cheeky.

4. Pies of Wigan get another shout out

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Peter Kay has a penchant for pie gags. In previous episodes, there were nods to Pies R Us, Cash 4 Pies and a sign tied to a lamppost that literally said ‘Pies – Sale now on’. Now, he’s slotted in a Pies of Wigan truck.

5. Halal meat meets Aldi

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And the result? Halaldi.

6. Emergency moustaches

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If you can’t grow a mustache [sic], simply tear a complimentary one from this tree.

7. Dodgy digital dog

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Apparently getting a real pooch to poo on queue is too difficult. So for this sight gag which has 0% subtlety, a dodgy digital doggy is seen doing a doo doo next to this postbox.

8. Mega what?!

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Mega Cutz might not seem particularly rude. But put a pair of scissors in the signage and make the ‘u’ look a bit more like an ‘l’ and an ‘i’ and, well, you have a joke that is very embarrassing when you try and explain it to your mum.

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Peter Kay’s Car Share returns Monday 28th May for its final episode


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