You really have a serious sand issue that you should get looked at
Take a chill pill dude.
And in on topic news, the BBC have just (17 March 2015) cleared Top Gear for their 'Pikes Peak' comment in February last year. (Remember the banfest here ?) Well, context is relevant regarding (Forum banned word)* and it has alternative meanings that are acceptable to use in conversation, also, according to the BBC, 'chavvy' now only means cheap. That's a bit different to this
"The BBC's committee acknowledged that "pikey"# derived from the word "turnpike" and was therefore related to travellers.
However, it added, the term had "evolved into common parlance among a number of people to mean "chavvy" or "cheap".
"Depending on the context, viewers would not necessarily associate it with the Gypsy and traveller communities."
The committee noted that the placard was a deliberate pun on the US race course Pike's Peak, which had been referenced earlier in the show's script.
"On this occasion, the use of the word 'pikey'# as a play on words would not have been seen as a careless or purposeless stereotype about travellers and Gypsies, but in keeping with the style of humour exhibited by the presenters towards Richard Hammond's perceived 'cheap' style," it said in its ruling."
#(Note, this is a direct quote from the BBC site regarding the BBC's definition of the word)
And then there's this...
"Jeremy Clarkson could be back on the BBC in May as a guest host for Have I Got News For You, it has emerged.
The Top Gear presenter, who is currently suspended by the corporation, has been invited to host the current affairs panel show, and is expected to record a show around the General Election.
It is not yet clear whether he will be able to pursue the role, with the BBC still debating his future after a “fracas” with one of the Top Gear producers."
* Seem's to be banned here so I'll wait for a ruling on the forum before using it myself