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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by PeterCS on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 10:54

Stokes is still the Angrily Over-Ambitious Teeming Young Man. From whom any self-respecting door recoils.

He'll settle down, once he settles down in the team.

But the sooner he has the guidance to go with the reassurance, the better.


btw, and to repeat: I see nothing wrong with Root, despite censures he's been put through on this ear forum. Ambitious too, craving to succeed, no doubt a bit gormless (as Cock Robin Swann parodies him), and in the same way, a Derek Randall type of semi-uncoordinated-looking gaucheness when not actually facing up or running up or collecting the ball. Does he sledge? Maybe I missed it.

If he's the ill-mannered cuss a couple have said, I wish England had half a dozen more. He's champion, and a champion.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by Brass Monkey on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 11:06

Dello wrote:
Brass Monkey wrote:Not Jimmsy, not so far in this series, or ever again should you choose to believe him. Stokes is a thunderqunt

Jimmsy said that the lovely England boys invited the Aussies to have a beer with them after the first Test (a warm and fuzzy tradition they'd debuted against NZ, with warm and fuzzy results). The Aussies told them to f*ck off.

I can't imagine Jimmsy's haircut will take that lying down.

Good old sporting England. Back to the jolly good chaps we know and love. Next we'll see Steven Finn flying a Tiger Moth over Lord's. Ra-ther.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by PeterCS on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 11:09

He'd knock off Father Time with a big CLINK as he passed.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by Brass Monkey on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 11:10

He'd piss on Father Time because he hasn't read the mandate on jolly niceness.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by PeterCS on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 11:16

From the Tiger Moth? A bloody spot-on achievement!

Get 'im in 'team!
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by Brass Monkey on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 11:21

PeterCS wrote:From the Tiger Moth? A bloody spot-on achievement!

Get 'im in 'team!

It's an easy shot for him, that's where most of his half-trackers travel
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by Red on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 11:44

Couldn't he be found on a pedalo in the Thames? Smile

The poms eff up in amusing ways!

Our guys punch blokes, rather than breaking beds in the Caribbean, buzzing grounds on Tiger Moths or drowning in pedalos.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by taipan on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 13:44

Dello wrote:
Brass Monkey wrote:Not Jimmsy, not so far in this series, or ever again should you choose to believe him. Stokes is a thunderqunt

Jimmsy said that the lovely England boys invited the Aussies to have a beer with them after the first Test (a warm and fuzzy tradition they'd debuted against NZ, with warm and fuzzy results). The Aussies told them to f*ck off.

I can't imagine Jimmsy's haircut will take that lying down.

Bit sad, if that is indeed true.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by vilkrang on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 14:46

Australia in not being as good blokes as New Zealand shocker.

They don't know the meaning of good sportsmanship, nothing new there though. If they come back and win the series they might feel vindicated, if they don't they'll be seen as bad losers and a bunch of twats. Meanwhile, the world keeps turning.

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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by Brass Monkey on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 15:50

Unfortunately, from afar (admittedly) the seem like bad losers and bad winners. But, as I say, I'm not being prejudiced, but from afar
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by vilkrang on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 15:59

Brass Monkey wrote:Unfortunately, from afar (admittedly) the seem like bad losers and bad winners. But, as I say, I'm not being prejudiced, but from afar
Or "qunts".

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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by lardbucket on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 23:49

vilkrang wrote:Australia in not being as good blokes as New Zealand shocker.

They don't know the meaning of good sportsmanship, nothing new there though. If they come back and win the series they might feel vindicated, if they don't they'll be seen as bad losers and a bunch of twats. Meanwhile, the world keeps turning.

I'm sure they will have a beer with England at the end of the series, whoever wins, as is normal.

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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by Henry on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 23:53

In 2005, the teams shared a beer at the end of each test.

The Aussies are reminding me a bit of the England team in 2013-14- joyless, some internal disharmony, and slightly set in their ways.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by lardbucket on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 23:56

Henry wrote:In 2005, the teams shared a beer at the end of each test.

"Apparently" (see glossary)

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Post by LeFromage on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 23:56

Henry wrote:In 2005, the teams shared a beer at the end of each test.

The Aussies are reminding me a bit of the England team in 2013-14- joyless, some internal disharmony, and slightly set in their ways.

That was the last time. Ricky thought they'd become too chummy with the Poms and that was one of the reasons they lost (couldn't have had anything to do with his captaincy), so he outlawed it.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by lardbucket on Tue 14 Jul 2015, 23:57

Bad enough losing the game, who'd honestly want to drink with those boring shits on top of it?


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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by LeFromage on Wed 15 Jul 2015, 00:08

lardbucket wrote:Bad enough losing the game, who'd honestly want to drink with those boring shits on top of it?


I can imagine Alastair Cook being quite the raconteur, regaling a rapt audience with his tales from the farm and that one time he thought he lost his keys but then they were in his pocket.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by PeterCS on Wed 15 Jul 2015, 00:15

Nyuk nyuk nyuk, they all went.

Then Davey Warner recalled the time he took a swing at some dick in a bar ...
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by lardbucket on Wed 15 Jul 2015, 00:53

Exactly.

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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by skully on Wed 15 Jul 2015, 01:15

Dello wrote:
lardbucket wrote:Bad enough losing the game, who'd honestly want to drink with those boring shits on top of it?


I can imagine Alastair Cook being quite the raconteur, regaling a rapt audience with his tales from the farm and that one time he thought he lost his keys but then they were in his pocket.

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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by lardbucket on Sat 18 Jul 2015, 16:47

So Mr Despicable from the Mr Men series strides to the middle again.

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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by PeterCS on Sun 19 Jul 2015, 12:21

Swished and smote well for his team.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by lardbucket on Thu 28 Sep 2017, 07:47

Smiting continues, but a different villain.

Road rage or icy 'calm'?

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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by horace on Thu 28 Sep 2017, 08:40

Gcspoc is still a disgrace. Look at those tv ads he did for some brand of telly. The ads almost single handedly wiped Nein's cricket ratings.
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Re: The Despicable David Warner Thread

Post by horace on Thu 28 Sep 2017, 08:54

Interesting Stokes attitude was alluded to early doors in this thread. No defence of Warner was offered. Skully's cynical as long as he's making runs line was no defence. If anything Oz fans here have greater disdain for the bogan - we see more of him than other FB posters.
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