Officially, the ongoing Australia-India series is for the Border–Gavaskar Trophy. But with one of the two legends himself making no effort to hide his displeasure at the farce it has become, because of the umpires, the ICC, and the Australian players themselves, here’s a nice little contest. How should the series be referred to hereafter?
Anil Kumble yesterday ended the post-match media conference with the historic words: “Only one team was playing in the spirit of the game yesterday,” words reminiscent of what the Australian captain Bill Woodfull told Douglas Jardine‘s Englishmen after the Bodyline episode in the 1932-33 series.
If it was Bodyline, what should the current series be called? Should it be Bawdyline because of the execrable language being used? Should it be Laadiline because it is below the belt?
Also read: Rack off you bloody Aussie crybaby bonzers
This one should be called Borderline.
As allan wilkins called Benson and Edges or better yet Umpires and Edges series.
The Umpires are bad. But what do you call guys like Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist, who so shamelessly partied with their teams after all those decisions and that racism bullcrap on Bhajji? What else can you expect out of descendents of some british criminals?
Bucknor Down under ! ;)
three monkeys cross-all-lines series
…or, feel free to change a letter or two.
If a book is written and a movie is made on the current series, may I humbly suggest that it should be titled “The Apes of Wrath”.
how bout this..
“Brahmins vs Convicts”
The spirit (like the Ashes)
Call it ‘The Sportsmanship Trophy’
BLUE LINE ( refering to the those buses which KILL innocent Citizens of New Delhi )
Looking at our cricketers performance:
“The B3P fiasco”
B1: BCCI – Anyone taking bets on this, Sharad Power & Co. would find a compromise which they would shove down the throats of the Indian players. We would gladly buy the crap, the same way we bought Bush’s Iraq war.
B2: Benson – “Hey Punter, wanna grab a beer after I send off Dada”
B3: Bucknor – “I’m a peacemaker, I just took down the wall, The Wall standing between Ponting & his 16th consecutive win”
P: Ponting – “It’s ok if I don’t walk, it’s ok if I appeal when I clearly grassed it. You have no right to read this, if you call my integrity into question. And yeah, Bhajji should definetely be banned, I don’t like playing him, I don’t like him rolling over n over n over……..like a monkey, after getting me out, again n again n again……I hope Sandra didn’t hear that……lol”
Enjoy!!.. someone mailed me about this new additions to english dictionary
Ponting: (n) (adj)
1. A substance or entity or even a person of questionable integrity
2. An act of uncivilised behaviour. [Also, pontingness (n)]
Usage: The judge was driven towards justice because he knew that the pontiff was a ponting.
Sir Bonkers said, “Don’t try to bully me. I surely can fathom the pontingness in your eyes”.
Bucknor: (n) (adj)
1. Temporary blindness leading to missing out on the obvious.
2. To be at the wrong place at the wrong time.
3. Situations leading to grave judgemental errors.
Usage: I feel bucknored by my boss; Life often throws a bucknor at you.
Benson: (n) (adj)
1. Something that legitimises a severe bucknor.
Usage: First they bucknored me and then they bensoned it! I am toast.
Also see bucknor