Every 5 years we have an election and have to decide who are the least obnoxious out of all the men. Then one gets in and they age really quickly. Which is always fun to watch.
Finn back to bowling gash (genuine question, been out in York all day)?
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Yeah, pretty much.
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Don't think Swann fancies this much, tbh.
Nah, pad only on Hot Spot. Will be overturned.
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That's a proper bouncer.
Play that if you can; Brownlie couldn't.
Guptill is properly toilet against spin, isn't he? Really looks village out there.
Brownlie will be particularly disappointed to get out to a short rock given it's his strength and he was starting to look slightly more comfortable against Swann. Good ball, but if Brownlie is going to be a success in Test cricket he can't be getting out like that.
Taylor's been quality. Played really, really well after tea.
Being toilet = being crappy, as in a filthy toilet? Or being prefectly clean, like any toilet should be? Oor do you refer to making ones toilet?
Looking village = looking really cool, calm & collected? Or looking only fit to handle village cricket bowling?
Anyway, I think Guptill had a decent go in India a few years back.
He's saying 'village' to imply the standard of play, and 'toilet' to describe the receptacle it deserves.
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