Saturday, February 18, 2006

All - reals..first ball
Etymology English - This indicates the start of the match. Usually the batsman prefer to play "dokku".
Etymology Unknown - A derogatory term for a defensive shot. Typically a batsman is discouraged from playing such shots because of the constraints of less number of overs and because everyone in the team needs to have a fair amount of gaaji
A lot of effort has gone into this: Street Cricket.

Good times!


Blogger Sharad said...

Welcome back sir !

3:50 AM  
Blogger Nandan said...

Good to see u back. Strange that ur post abt street cricket comes a couple of days after this entry came as a forward. BTW for some shameless publicity. I restarted blogging too

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Vikram' Chelsea 0- Barcelona 3' V said...

PPS, this is an ultimatum.

PPs, this is a sham post and i wont accept it. Its abt time u put something up and that doesnt mean forwards/references.

who/what is taking up so much of yr time? the situation warrants an investigation.

4:35 AM  
Blogger Ms. V said...

:O *rubbing eyes hard* :O *pinch pinch pinch* :O

Do I really truly see words on this blog??? :O *rub pinch rub*

Wow! :P

And I completely second Vikram-with-the-really-long-name's comment.

1:39 AM  
Blogger Sarath said...

nice da...hehe..cheered me up!
especially since i've been stuck on a rig in the middle of nowhere for the last 20 hrs...and probably another 24 more..keep posting

2:20 PM  
Blogger Prash said...

Nice one.. Chennai baashai is gettin around!

2:32 AM  
Blogger The Bangalore Torpedo said...

Maybe Scott Adams lifted it but I have the original print MAD magazine that features exactly the same examples you have on your post.Honduh and Harry Davidson and so on.

9:52 AM  

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