Monday, December 6, 2010

Cats! And cricket! Something for everybody!!


If at some time over the next few weeks, you find yourself making the following statement;

Of course, we should keep in mind England’s catastrophic collapse in the second innings of the Adelaide test four years ago,

and your friends nod sagely and say “yes indeed, good point”, then it’s perfectly possible you’ve been watching far too much cricket.

Or you have weird friends.

Probably both.


Lewd Bob said...

Well I'm a firm believer that history tells us nothing.

wari lasi said...

It's too depressing to even talk about.

Puss In Boots said...

Yay for kittens!

Ramon Insertnamehere said...

I believe all great events in history repeat themselves; the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce, the third time as a cult Australian art-house movie.

Which bodes ill for all.

squib said...

Something for everybody

I'm a dog person and I don't like cricket

Mad Cat Lady said...

I had the pleasure of catching some of the cricket commentry on the radio Saturday, when my sister was taking me shopping, and I was awed at their ability to work oysters and shukking into the commentry on and off over a period of hours.

Ramon Insertnamehere said...

I'm a dog person

Just pretend they're dogs, Squib.

Smarter, less sucky dogs.

squib said...


Ramon Insertnamehere said...

That's the spirit!

Kettle said...

Don't know anything about cricket but I do know plenty of my friends have parents (aged parents) with farms with cows. Why? Really don't know.

Ramon, can you do a post for people who know nothing about cricket but are quite fond of their friends' parents who have cows?

Kettle said...

Don't know anything about cricket

Sorry, not true; I knew everything about cricket until Allan Border stepped down as captain. Not to be melodramatic, but I'm pretty sure my childhood ended when Border retired.


Sorry, where were we? Cats! Cricket!