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

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Tyers, Biff & Freddie

That's a winning combination right there. Specially when Tyers is making fun of Biff and Freddie. In the same post. He takes a stab at Mickey too.

I want to be his groupie. Is that wrong?

Read it here and join my Alan Tyers Fanclub.

12 comments:

Cricket Tragic said...

Alan Tyers is really funny with his satirical pieces...absolutely love him!

Purna said...

Are you joining my Alan Tyers Fanclub CT?

Sidthegnomenator said...

I like Tyers ... Can I be secretary and janitor of your fan club?

Cricket Tragic said...

yep, no two thoughts abt it! :D

Wes said...

Hilarious. I was sitting in a village pond of laughing tears. So. Mean.
Bape Town. Hahahahahahahaha.

Just last night I watched a Broad interview in which he said he prefers to play for his country rather than the IPL, and this was so nice and for a moment I had forgotten why he was on the smack list.

NOW I KNOW AGAIN.
Bloody *******! You will get ******* in the ******* and your ******* will get ******* by ******* *******!!!

missjane said...

Oooh, bags being Australian rep for the ATFC.

Assuming you seen stuff over at Wisden? Hussey's poetry is hilarious, (although it worked today HA) and going w-a-a-y back Hayden's retirement; gold.

Purna said...

Sid, yes you can! (but why janitor?!)

CT, welcome. What position would you like?

Wes, Broad should never leave anyone's smack list. It's sacrilege.

Missjane, done. I haven't seen Hussey's poetry. Will look it up!

Cricket Tragic said...

Substitute write for Alan? Just in case Biff kidnaps Alan! :P

Purna said...

CT, do you something I don't?

Cricket Tragic said...

Oops, you weren't supposed to know that...

*puts hands to Purna's head and erases some unnecessary memories

:P

Purna said...

Are you from Men in Black?

Btw, somebody asked me what each of Chanaka's names meant. I used a Tamil+Sinhalese+Bengali+made up dictionary to arrive at something pathetic. Do you know what they mean?

Cricket Tragic said...

Well, I'm not well versed in the language of Welegedara (Sinhala) and dont' know the proper meanings of names but, considering them as words, Uda means Up, but don't know the rest.

However, gedera does mean house, as you mentioned in your post..:)