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    MOMMY I MISS YOU - chris gayle

    some down to earth, rationale by chris gayle on his blog

    When we first arrived in Karachi from Multan the team had a little fun
    trip to a local resort. It was the first time I ever rode a motor
    bike even though it was a small one. We drove mini race cars, buggies,
    go karts and rode motor cycles. We also had a go at simulation desert
    riding on ATVs. The bike riding was fun but I don't plan to ride any
    again in the near future unless it's on four wheels. That I did enjoy
    a lot and I think those are the sorts of things we need to have in
    place whenever we go on tour rather than the routine of just going
    from the hotel to the ground and back.

    Mommy, I'm missing you!

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    He's secure enough with himself to be able to say that.
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    Mammas boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dravid
    Mammas boy.



    Its quite funny, but i have to agree with SS; he's not like Trescothick who'll go home!.....sorry, i just don't like him and so am getting quite biased in situations that may involve him!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nishant


    Its quite funny, but i have to agree with SS; he's not like Trescothick who'll go home!.....sorry, i just don't like him and so am getting quite biased in situations that may involve him!
    Yes, Trescothick went home because he was missing his mummy
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero
    Yes, Trescothick went home because he was missing his mummy
    No, he went home because of the stress caused by missing his mommy.

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    Pfft

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker
    No, he went home because of the stress caused by missing his mommy.
    It's in their blood, why do you think the British left India

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator
    It's in their blood, why do you think the British left India
    In their defense - they did manage to pretty much control most of the world for a century, and create one of the largest and most powerful empires in history.

    Not to mention - they conquered our butts pretty easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker
    In their defense - they did manage to pretty much control most of the world for a century, and create one of the largest and most powerful empires in history.

    Not to mention - they conquered our butts pretty easily.
    Till us Americans kicked their butts !!!!!! BRAAAAAAAAAAAP !!!!!!

    P.S. Then they came and became our friends and offered us tea... we refused and made the same thing but called it coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator
    Till us Americans kicked their butts !!!!!! BRAAAAAAAAAAAP !!!!!!

    P.S. Then they came and became our friends and offered us tea... we refused and made the same thing but called it coffee!
    Seriously - are you high?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker
    Seriously - are you high?
    LOL....... trying to win Inzi award!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator
    It's in their blood, why do you think the British left India

    Because they missed their mother, collectively?

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    Chris Gayle is cool enough to get away with saying this, if it was somebody else that doesn't have the awesome coolness that Gayle does then we would be laughing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm
    Chris Gayle is cool enough to get away with saying this, if it was somebody else that doesn't have the awesome coolness that Gayle does then we would be laughing.
    So true.

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