Thursday, November 23, 2006

Glory to the King of Kings-mead

In a sensational display of personal courage and conviction, Captain Lumberjack led his team to a spell-binding defeat at the Kingsmead stadium in Durban last night. After a reasonably average bowling and fielding performance, India sped along to said scintillating defeat at a glorious average of 10 runs per Indian. Captain Lumberjack's perfectly scripted evening of disgrace appeared to suffer a potential setback when Sachin Tendulkar began to look like he wanted to stick around and do something of consequence. But the anxiety turned out to be unnecessary as he too proved himself capable and willing to set aside his narow sense of sanity to accomodate the greater good.

In this humble reporter's humbler opinion, this superlative performance veritably stamps the argument in favor of making Mr Dravid captain for life and Mr Chappel the special in-charge for the resolution of India's border dispute with China.



Blogger Neha said...

a team of twats. VRS for the lot of them (except Sachin of crs, am completely and totally biased on this front)

10:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The choice was between drowning my sorrows or drowning the team. I am glad to say the water of life from Scotland won that one.
Cer K

6:02 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

more agony awaits this sunday ...

8:14 AM  
Anonymous Riggs said...

Avast all ye of little faith!

We shall bounce back. And how. Bart, you'd better get that humblepie out of the fridge, me luv!

More later.


10:34 PM  
Anonymous Riggs said...


Also - I chuckled meself silly when I read this post. I knows there's a reason I likes you so much.

Still chuckling!


12:32 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

... you were saying ...

9:09 AM  

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