I should not find this as funny as I do. Whoever does this for a living is ridiculously lucky.
“I know that youâ€™re a bit hard up for money to keep the blog going,” Hammy writes, “but to sell number plates relating to your blog? Really. Taken in Perth, Western Australia. Iâ€™ve been waiting for ages for the COU number plate to arrive and took a photo of the first one that I came across.”
Not guilty, m’lud. Donations and/or free hosting and/or beer and chocolate gratefully received though.
God bless Bill Lawry
Click here if you can’t hear the gaffe.
What a winner. Michael Vaughan loses his trousers, and could there anyone better than David Lloyd to commentate on it?
Email of the week:
Hi guys, I reside in Durban South Africa.
Could you guys please,if possible send me contact details for Indian cricket star, Shanthakumaran Shreesanth. My daughter who is 13 years of age has a striking resemblance to him and she is his greatest fan. She says that he must be a long lost relative from India.
Thanks a million
Light relief from a very dark day.
Best watched at about 10am, in your office, and ideally when you’re boss / team-leader / line-manager or someone else is giving a speech. Shortly afterwards, and for the remainder of the day, you’ll be unable to say anything other than Ooh, ahh, Glenn McGrath…
If you can’t see it above, click here.
No, not you – Nathan Deakes. This gem from the Tonk:
One of them participates in what might be called the most pedestrian of sporting pursuits — the other is a race walker. Ashley Giles, England bowler, has never been seen in the same room as Nathan Deakes, walk record holder and no relation to a famous Australian marathon runner sharing the same surname. After the walker’s face was splashed across newspapers during the Adelaide Test, it is believed England coaching staff hit upon their most cunning substitution racket yet, hatching a plan to switch Giles for Deakes in the third Test, reasoning no one would notice and it couldn’t be any worse.