Monday, September 12, 2005

proud to fail the cricket test

Feck off Tebbit, we're rooting for Horny Warnie. I have applied the Ceremonial Sun Block.

horny warnie in action

R has taken the day off work so he can watch the last day of the last test of the Ashes series. I'm working but listening to TMS - cricket is always better on the wireless, but it's not the same without Johners.

What's your Aussie nickname? (Mine's "Sandgroper").

13 comments:

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Trinity said...

is gerat blogging something I have to aspire to achieve?

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Jude said...

what is with all this spam

dietgirl said...

och clazza, looks like not even warney can save the aussies now... *cries* *criiiiiiiiiiiiies*

Trinity said...

I want a web quickie and I want one now.
Stuff the cricket.I don't get it anyways...dull sport. Not even any legs to stare at.
What did you delete tell all.. was it rude. I like rude and I'm bored.

clarrie said...

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Stephen said...

Hurrah! The Ashes are ours!

Trinity said...

Bet Stephen doesn't even understand the rules of cricket. Men make it up and pretend they do to be all manly.
But really they haven't a clue. Now as for netball....

Stephen said...

Tsk... *puts man at silly mid on, bowls a ball that moves away from the off-stump, watches bus go down the Harleyford Road... and eats cake*

Of course I know the laws of Cricket, it's about the only team sport I can play (due mainly to the long periods of standing around in the outfield).

clarrie said...

tsk, you forgot the gasometer. And the pigeons.

Anonymous said...

All these "homegrown" Terrorists come precisely from the community that he was so concerned about when he made his "cricket test" comments in 1990.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/4163484.stm

Lord Tebbit said the 'cricket test' was a means of gauging whether a community had integrated.

"If a community was looking back at where it had come from instead of looking forward with the people to whom they had come to, then there is going to be a problem sooner or later."

Well, today it's Sooner. But Lord Tebbit has been warning England that this was coming for 16 years.