"How shit you must be if I got you out twice!"
-Paul Harris to Andrew Symonds, Perth 2008

Sunday, August 30, 2009

England in the news

1) When it rains so much that even a freaking 2 hours match has to be canceled, it's time to take cricket away from that ground forever. Although, that would mean taking cricket away from most grounds in England. Why does that not make me sad?

2) Flintoff aims to finish his career with a World Cup win. Yup, they won the Ashes against the shittiest Australian team ever, so that must mean that in two years they will take over the throne from the reigning Champions. Andrew, you forgot your medicine again. Till you take them, please refrain from giving interviews that has the potential to create the same happy effects as illegal drugs in the readers.

Oh also, give him a few months and you will be watching him bowl at 90mph again. I am delighted to announce that Freddie Flintoff will be out of all forms of the game by next summer due to injuries. He sustained them while trying to show off.

The End


Stani Army said...


English conditions are the best in the world...when dry obviously. At least we dont have floods, ahem.

Purna said...

You do know we don't have floods throughout the year? It's just one season and obviously we don't schedule cricket then.

Stani Army said...

I wasnt talking about Bangladesh. Obviously

Mary Jane said...

English conditions are really The Worst in the World. You cant imagine how many matches we have missed watching staying in this country because of rain! :( I mean, It rains in summer, winter, spring, autumn and almost in every season! stupid weather god seems to have cursed this place..

Purna said...

Then what were you talking about? Canada doesn't flood. What news channel are you watching!

MJ, the more I get to know you, the more I love you :).

Stani Army said...

Dont look people, there's some lezbo action going on here!

I'm too innocent for this stuff...I'll bear it for know.

I was talking about Bangladesh. Actually, if Canada wasnt so cold, all that water stuck in the glaziers would melt and drown you [pauses, smiling, as if in a day dream]

Anyway, that's in a perfect world but you know what I mean.

Purna said...

London and you will be washed away by the rain before that day arrives.