Well yea i was refering to mainly what occured in Jo'Burg & Durban instead of CT.Discernible examples Aussie or I call revisionism. The only wicket which was quick in the series was Durban day two, which was rapid. The Cape Town test was played on concrete and anyone who dropped short there was dispatched. Harmy would have lasted all of five overs on that.
Ha, no yo. The meaning is not literal.You say "Piece of cloth used to absorb menstral blood" everyday?
PE is lively, swing and seam aplenty and South Africa don't win there.Well yea i was refering to mainly what occured in Jo'Burg & Durban instead of CT.
Looking at ENG fixtures for the tour, tests are in Centurion, Durban, CT & PE. Centurion & CP are likely to flat i guees. Whats P.E like these days?
I'm all for a bit of casual misogyny, but **** me you are a class act heyHa, no yo. The meaning is not literal.
If you f*cking your wife/gf & before you stick it. You see the menstral blood, i presume you would say WTF, yuck, bitch get out of the room etc etc right?
In Jamaican dialect the menstral blood is called rass & the women use a cloth (usually tamponds) to clean themselves, so comes the term rassclath.
So in everyday language that term has been elaborated for use in any situation as an expression of surprise, distgust, frustration. This is what the urban dicsh*tandberry doesn't tell you.
Its just a cultural thing, no need to dwell on it..
Ha, good stuff.PE is lively, swing and seam aplenty and South Africa don't win there.
Asif got the ball to go round corners there whilst Shoaib bounced the South Africans out on it before crying foul second innings.
When conditions suite although it has been very scare since mid 2004 - he is. I strongly believe given the conditions that ENG are likely to face in SA, if Harmo wasn't retiring he would have a BIG impact, especially given Freddie is retiring.But Harmison isn't quality.