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

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Give it up

If Watto is a joke, clap your hands
*clap clap*

If Watto made 93, clap your hands
*clap clap*

If Watto isn't injured
But he won't get a century
Never in a test match, clap your hands
*clap clap*

If Kato loves Watto, clap your hands
*clap clap*

If Kato made an error, clap your hands
*clap clap*

If Kato made 98
Then he felt the pressure
Despite being experienced, clap your hands
*clap clap*

P.S: Who is this guy wearing a head band and where is the real Aamer?

P.P.S: I will back with the SA post late at night...the joys of Boxing Day shopping!


Anonymous said...

Nope, I'm standing by Captain Kat here - he didn't make an error; Watson did.

Watson wasn't watching Kat, the bal or anything. That's why he deserves to have been out.

If Watto is a Twatto, raise your hands clap clap


Vim said...

He deserves to be out because he's Watto. That's enough.

But the Kat deserved a 100.

Purna said...

Captain Kat made an error in judgement in the shot he played that got him out Sid. But yes, I will clap for the Watto is a Twatto statement.

Vim, the Kat always deserves it. But doesn't seem to be getting it :P.
Mitchy bowled well though.

Anonymous said...

I don't know, Kat seems to be getting slammed for ball watching - and he himself admitted it was his fault - but what the hell was Watto doing? How could he not see that a)Kat wasn't running and b)that Katto hadn't see he was running?

I just don't get how this can be Captain Kat's fault. Maybe the shot was rubbish but why did Watto run when it must have been obvious Kat wasn't running as well?

Purna said...

No no. Watto's run out was his fault. 100%.

Wes playforcountrynotforself said...

Sid. This is about sacrifice. God loves the ones who are willing to sacrifice. Kato wasn't. Thus, he got killed quickly in the second innings. While Shane, on the opposite end of the scale, got rewarded for his patience and trust, for wandering through the valley of disgrace, humiliation and loss of dignity, and never ever giving up, while others collapsed behind their pie cannon under similar circumstances.