Ashes July 25, 2009

The official (Confectionery Stall) Ashes quiz

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As promised, here is Paper 1 of the Official Confectionery Stall Multiple Choice 2009 Ashes Quiz/Exam. Answer the following four questions to the very best of your ability. No cheating. Read your answers aloud to your computer or a trusted household pet, then wait and see what happens.

All those scoring above the Test batting average of their favourite player are entitled to draw themselves a certificate, and scribble their names onto a Test scorecard from an appropriate edition of Wisden.

QUESTION 1: Where does the Lord’s victory rank amongst the great achievements in British history?

(a) Not very high. It’s only a game. And Australia were, for the most part, garbage. When a solid but habitually unspectacular opening partnership such as Cook and Strauss put on 196 in 40-odd overs without having to think about taking even half a risk, you know you’ve bowled like a skip full of rotting potatoes.

(b) Quite high. Below Shakespeare’s plays, but above Buck’s Fizz winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981. One of the great monkeys has been removed from the national sporting back, but that will be forgotten if England allow the monkey to then climb up a tree and urinate on their picnic by failing to win the Ashes.

(c) Top of the list. Bar none. The Cardiff-Lord’s double was the finest escape-followed-by-victory combination since the Dunkerque-Battle-of-Britain one-two in 1940. However, bearing in mind that Britain had prevailed in a world war just over 20 years previously, the Lord’s win has even greater rarity value.

QUESTION 2: Why did Australia play so astonishingly badly for large and decisive parts of the game?

(a) Because they are a largely inexperienced team, and therefore prone to inconsistency, with some key players out of form. We don’t yet know how good they are. Their impressive series win in South Africa looked like a resurgence after back-to-back defeat in India and against the Proteas. But was the away victory over Graeme Smith’s team what economists would call a ‘dead cat bounce’ – the short-lived but misleading rise of a plummeting stock before it plonks back down onto the ground, lifeless and worthless, like a cat lobbed out of an office window? If so, can Ponting and Nielsen resuscitate the cat? Are the Australians willing and able to kneel down and give mouth-to-mouth to a cat? Or is the cat actually fine? Did the cat deliberately throw itself out of the window to pass the time on a dull afternoon, play dead for a while to attract some attention, whilst planning to leap back to its feet and miaow, “I’m fine, never felt better, what are you all fussing about? I suppose a bowl of milk’s out of the question?”

(b) Because the entire Australian nation has completely lost its manhood. Where Merv Hughes sported a moustache that simply bellowed, “I mean business, and I’ve got half my lunch stuck on my upper lip to prove it,” now Peter Siddle has a small and unforgivable tuft of hair languishing apologetically below his mouth. And what about Haddin’s comments about Hauritz’s finger dislocation? “I don't know if I can talk about it,” wept the wicketkeeper, wiping a tear from his eye with a trembling glove. “I don’t like seeing those things,” he continued, whilst calling for a little teddy bear to cuddle to help him through the ordeal. “My stomach can’t handle it,” he concluded, before running away and hiding under a desk until he was sure it was safe to emerge. Allan Border must be spinning in his still-empty grave.

(c) They didn’t. No less an authority on the matter than Ricky Ponting said so, and he should know.

(d) Because of Rudi Koertzen.





Michael Clarke took his test after reaching his hundred. Be inspired © AFP

QUESTION 3: So did Michael Clarke really, honestly, mean it when he claimed before the first Test that “we’re as good as any team I have been part of for Australia”?

a) Yes. Absolutely. He believes it to the very bottom of his baggy green soul. But he is also suffering from major amnaesia after headbutting a large, moving truck. He cannot remember anything from before June 2009.

b) No. He’s not a total idiot. But, in the circumstances, he was unlikely to say: “Hauritz is a decent tweaker, but let’s be honest, he’s barely fit to play the same sport as Warney. Siddle gives it a go but if he’s Glenn McGrath then I’m Cyndi Lauper. And Mike Hussey is nowhere near as good as that guy Michael Hussey who played for us a couple of years ago.”

c) Yes. But he didn’t finish the sentence. He was distracted by a low-flying buzzard before he could continue: “... that has contained five players whose name begins with H. No doubt about it.” Or, possibly: “... at motorcycle pyramids. Yeah, we’re great at the old team stunt riding. Managed to get all eleven of us balanced on a Kawasaki last week whilst Punter pulled a wheelie. Bradman’s so-called ‘Invincibles’ could barely even ride a bicycle by comparison.”

QUESTION 4: Did Strauss really catch Hughes?

a) Yes, sure did, went in clean as a nun’s whistle. Look in the scorebook if you’re still not sure. Or, more practically, look at a scorecard in a newspaper or on the internet, they’ll probably be easier to access than the actual Lord’s scorebook. But the point stands. He’s the England Cricket Captain. Not any old Cricket Captain. The England Cricket Captain. By definition, he is the most honourable man in the known world.

b) Possibly. He probably caught it on the end of his fingers, but it might have brushed the grass on its way in, which he would not necessarily have felt. This explains why he celebrated spontaneously, and without the evil glint in his eye or demonic cackle that surely would have been present had he been pulling a fast one.

c) No. Clearly not. The ball almost bounced over his head before he caught it. The fact that he even thought about claiming the catch proves that the entire English nation has not only gone to the dogs, but it has dressed up in a cat outfit and is waiting for those dogs to eat it. This ‘catch’, if such a word is applicable to such an act of nefarious naughtiness, proves that the public school system is nothing more than a factory of cheats, liars and hoodwinkers.


The remaining questions will be unleashed on Monday, including (in case any of you wish to do some revision before sitting Part 2): How much will England miss Kevin Pietersen? What is the solution to disputed catches? Who will win at Edgbaston? And, in retrospect, could the 12th-man glove-trundling incident in Cardiff have been the most important single moment in English cricket history?

The correct answers will be given after the Edgbaston Test, or possibly after Headingley, or even after the Oval, depending on when the truth makes itself known to the relevant authorities

Andy Zaltzman is a stand-up comedian, a regular on the BBC Radio 4, and a writer

Comments have now been closed for this article

  • andrew schulz on August 7, 2009, 14:36 GMT

    Tamil Indian, you goose, they were not back to back series. How hard could it be to check your facts?

  • Joe on July 30, 2009, 12:44 GMT

    Love the article. Pity about some of the posts. Amen Marcus - Some Indian supporters just need to get over it (2007/8 that is, after all, you won the next series easily.) And waterbuffalo, if you are suggesting that Australia's 13-year dominance of world cricket was a result of cheating, sledging and umpire intimidation, you are selling a stunning collection of remarkable cricketers very very short. I do agree with your last two points though. Punter is not, nor ever has been, a particularly good captain, and the Oz selectors with Andrew (WHO?) Hilditch at the helm are atterly clueless. Look forward to Quiz part III.

  • spike on July 30, 2009, 10:43 GMT

    This is a dull arguement.

    Rashid was born in Bradford. Prior, Shah and Strauss have all lived in England since they were children.

  • Anonymous on July 29, 2009, 1:09 GMT

    How many "english" players are actually english??? with the amount of people living in the country, youd think they might be able to string a team of their own players together.

    the captain of their country isnt even english!!!

    Strauss Pieterson Rashid Morgan Prior Shah

    hahahaha disgraceful country

  • Tamil Indian on July 28, 2009, 17:46 GMT

    @andrew schulz - he refers to the back to back series loses agains India (away) and SA (home). So I think you are wrong in saying AUS have not lost back to back series in 20 years. My answers are A, B, B, B

  • gilly123 on July 28, 2009, 12:00 GMT

    A C D C Not real relevant to this discussion but a top band. Anyway more rubbish pitches, weather and inconsistent umpiring to come, can't wait for the 3rd

  • Penis on July 28, 2009, 10:40 GMT

    Zaltzman is a balding vulva......

  • Bunty Arbuthnot on July 28, 2009, 9:08 GMT

    Dear A-Z,

    Not sure if that hyphen should be there. I like your quiz but would like to offer my services as script editor. As a journo you probably only have a sub-editor to help you. Good for punctuation and avoiding law suits but what about a bit of a hand in the comedy department. EG remove the following sentence "I’m fine, never felt better, what are you all fussing about?" and the bowl of milk line starts to work harder. You'll find reference to the Vampire Theory of comedy writing on P.33 of my standard comedy textbook "How to write funny stuff by not using two many long words and convoluted sentences that eventually make the reader lose interest because they have forgotten what the the beginning of the sentence was all about.

    Bunty

    PS My rates are very competitive.

    PPS I love reading the posts of Australian cricket supporters after a loss...they are worst losers and worst winners in world cricket. Shame their team plays such good cricket...on the whole.

  • dingo on July 28, 2009, 7:21 GMT

    australia suck!! 1.A 2.B 3.A 4.B

  • waterbuffalo on July 28, 2009, 7:19 GMT

    A. Australia lost because they could not sledge. B. Australia lost because they could not cheat. C. Australia lost because McGrath and Warne couldn't browbeat, harrass and intimidate the umpires. D. Australia lost because the master of mind games was Steve Waugh, and Ponting is a very poor imitation. E. Australia lost because they screwed up their selection, something the Aussies were past masters at. Now England know how to select a team and Oz does not. See Stuart Clark.

  • andrew schulz on August 7, 2009, 14:36 GMT

    Tamil Indian, you goose, they were not back to back series. How hard could it be to check your facts?

  • Joe on July 30, 2009, 12:44 GMT

    Love the article. Pity about some of the posts. Amen Marcus - Some Indian supporters just need to get over it (2007/8 that is, after all, you won the next series easily.) And waterbuffalo, if you are suggesting that Australia's 13-year dominance of world cricket was a result of cheating, sledging and umpire intimidation, you are selling a stunning collection of remarkable cricketers very very short. I do agree with your last two points though. Punter is not, nor ever has been, a particularly good captain, and the Oz selectors with Andrew (WHO?) Hilditch at the helm are atterly clueless. Look forward to Quiz part III.

  • spike on July 30, 2009, 10:43 GMT

    This is a dull arguement.

    Rashid was born in Bradford. Prior, Shah and Strauss have all lived in England since they were children.

  • Anonymous on July 29, 2009, 1:09 GMT

    How many "english" players are actually english??? with the amount of people living in the country, youd think they might be able to string a team of their own players together.

    the captain of their country isnt even english!!!

    Strauss Pieterson Rashid Morgan Prior Shah

    hahahaha disgraceful country

  • Tamil Indian on July 28, 2009, 17:46 GMT

    @andrew schulz - he refers to the back to back series loses agains India (away) and SA (home). So I think you are wrong in saying AUS have not lost back to back series in 20 years. My answers are A, B, B, B

  • gilly123 on July 28, 2009, 12:00 GMT

    A C D C Not real relevant to this discussion but a top band. Anyway more rubbish pitches, weather and inconsistent umpiring to come, can't wait for the 3rd

  • Penis on July 28, 2009, 10:40 GMT

    Zaltzman is a balding vulva......

  • Bunty Arbuthnot on July 28, 2009, 9:08 GMT

    Dear A-Z,

    Not sure if that hyphen should be there. I like your quiz but would like to offer my services as script editor. As a journo you probably only have a sub-editor to help you. Good for punctuation and avoiding law suits but what about a bit of a hand in the comedy department. EG remove the following sentence "I’m fine, never felt better, what are you all fussing about?" and the bowl of milk line starts to work harder. You'll find reference to the Vampire Theory of comedy writing on P.33 of my standard comedy textbook "How to write funny stuff by not using two many long words and convoluted sentences that eventually make the reader lose interest because they have forgotten what the the beginning of the sentence was all about.

    Bunty

    PS My rates are very competitive.

    PPS I love reading the posts of Australian cricket supporters after a loss...they are worst losers and worst winners in world cricket. Shame their team plays such good cricket...on the whole.

  • dingo on July 28, 2009, 7:21 GMT

    australia suck!! 1.A 2.B 3.A 4.B

  • waterbuffalo on July 28, 2009, 7:19 GMT

    A. Australia lost because they could not sledge. B. Australia lost because they could not cheat. C. Australia lost because McGrath and Warne couldn't browbeat, harrass and intimidate the umpires. D. Australia lost because the master of mind games was Steve Waugh, and Ponting is a very poor imitation. E. Australia lost because they screwed up their selection, something the Aussies were past masters at. Now England know how to select a team and Oz does not. See Stuart Clark.

  • gav on July 28, 2009, 6:57 GMT

    Rangaram, your a typical indian whinger.

    ill have to go for A,D,C,C. rofl at Question 2 C

  • David Elias on July 28, 2009, 2:53 GMT

    whats the matter champ?? scared to post my comments???

    stop being a sook and post them you cat. typical english scum you are! write what you want and only post comments from people that agree with you. you arent worth the fungus that grows between your toes

  • David Elias on July 28, 2009, 2:52 GMT

    whats the matter champ?? scared to post my comments???

    stop being a sook and post them you cat. typical english scum you are! write what you want and only post comments from people that agree with you. you arent worth the fungus that grows between your toes

  • Darwin on July 28, 2009, 1:30 GMT

    1B - The psychological spell has been broken. 2B - Aussie blokes have been Germaine Greered beyond recognition. But the worm will turn. 3A - When God was handing out brains, Clarke thought he said trains and asked for a slow one. 4C - The ball hit the ground. It wasn't out. Strauss knew it then and he knows it now.

  • David Elias on July 27, 2009, 23:42 GMT

    Hey Champ, someone tell "freddie" that bowling out a tailender is no justification for getting down one on knee and raising your arms aloft.

  • Sunny on July 27, 2009, 21:09 GMT

    A A B B

    Nice one.

  • Edward Smythe on July 27, 2009, 16:59 GMT

    Am amazed at an irrelevant comment about the Indian series when Bhajji called Roy a monkey (or referred to his mum's vajayjay, am not really sure!)... I realize that with 1.3 billion people (400 million of whom live in Birmingham) with nothing else to occupy them than cricket, the odd Indian is bound to show up everywhere, but really, people, everything is NOT about you and Saaaaachin. Give it a rest, since NO ONE CARES.

  • Edward Smythe on July 27, 2009, 16:56 GMT

    Andy reminds me of what Ian Bell might end up looking like after the 3rd test, when he loses half his hair to stress and pigs out on strawberry ice cream to calm the nerves. With Bell and Bopara, it's pretty much the Ginger and Mary Ann show, and no, neither deserves even a 3-hour tour, let alone a full test.

  • Rajan Nair on July 27, 2009, 15:51 GMT

    that is the most hilarious article, I ever read on Cricinfo. Keep them coming.

  • Subhadeep on July 27, 2009, 14:26 GMT

    Yeah, very nice. One test win after being almost raped at Cardiff & the English losers go again! Everyone seems to have forgotten the 5-0 whipping down under. Enjoy your moments in the sun for the time being, losers!

  • Ted on July 27, 2009, 14:01 GMT

    1.C 2.D 3.C 4.C

  • Anonymous on July 27, 2009, 13:33 GMT

    My answers spell out the surname of a very ordinary Premiership defender of mid-1990s vintage, first name shared by a very ordinary Aussie opening batsman of current vintage.

    Liked "Yes It's The Ashes" this week too.

    Love the recent references to Andrew Hilditch's hooking problem: your recall of 1980s Ashes series and feelings towards them are very similar to my own.

  • Chris on July 27, 2009, 13:19 GMT

    Genius, as usual, Andy! As for the morons 'taunting' you, you guys must be from the Comedy School of Stating the Bleeding Obvious. Get a life, guys.

  • Peter on July 27, 2009, 12:00 GMT

    A D D C

  • Andrew C on July 27, 2009, 11:59 GMT

    You're the best thing about English cricket! (From an Australian, BTW!)

  • Swati on July 27, 2009, 11:45 GMT

    B D A C

  • yogesh on July 27, 2009, 11:19 GMT

    Very funny, good job.

    For the guys leaving their answers... er.. there is a small chance that you are missing the point..

  • Sanya on July 27, 2009, 10:04 GMT

    1.b 2.b 3.b 4.a And my favourite cricketer is James Anderson so I've a good chance of scoring more than his test batting average, 15.56! Though his average in this series is 38! Go jimmy!

  • Bingo Haley on July 27, 2009, 9:09 GMT

    Very amusing! Excellent stuff!

  • ted on July 27, 2009, 6:55 GMT

    as an auzzie will blame rudi.his reason for umpiring is because auzzie beat south africa at home.remember that glorious series i do

  • Marcus on July 27, 2009, 6:34 GMT

    What does the Border Gavaskar trophy have to do with this? Just let it rest, for crying out loud!

  • Herbie on July 27, 2009, 4:28 GMT

    Andy, the only difference between you and "Krusty the Clown" is that he doesn't know much about cricket - hang on neither do you, you English nuffie !

  • Blakmagic on July 27, 2009, 0:53 GMT

    B B B C

  • Rangaram on July 27, 2009, 0:47 GMT

    Nice stuff should have made these comments during the 2008 series against India when Ponting informed the umpire abt how to make a decision and Clarke stood after edging a catch to the slip... (as if u Aussies were saints...)

  • Iron-Haggis on July 27, 2009, 0:39 GMT

    1. A 2. C (Definitely correct given the sarcasm intended) 3. B (I reckon the funniest and most truthful answer of the lot) 4. C

    By the way Australia didn't lose back to back series against India and South Africa. Australia played and beat New Zealand in between those series.

  • Andy on July 27, 2009, 0:23 GMT

    Mike Hussey is nowhere near as good as that guy Michael Hussey who played for us a couple of years ago - Genius! and sadly, very true...

  • aussie on July 26, 2009, 18:47 GMT

    Q1-C Q2-A Q3-C Q4-C

  • Rustin on July 26, 2009, 18:29 GMT

    Not upto the usual mark, but still funny. Best ones: B B C A What I really think : A A B B Hope the next one is better.

  • coupons for groceries on July 26, 2009, 15:49 GMT

    Thanks very much for that awesome blog post.

  • ChooForTwentyChoo on July 26, 2009, 12:36 GMT

    Andy!! You NAUGHTY MAN! Your mother was a bowling machine and your father smelled of stump microphones! Now GO AWAY or I shall TAUNT YOU ONCE MORE!!

  • Chopper on July 26, 2009, 11:25 GMT

    The answer to Q2 has to be b) - the proof is that they dropped Andrew Symonds for drinking!! The tough Aussie sides prided themselves in their drinking!

  • Tone on July 26, 2009, 10:46 GMT

    Noice stuff. As an Aussie, I'm afraid to say my answer to question 2 is (a). And I've got a nasty suspicion the cat is long gone ...

  • Sanket on July 26, 2009, 9:35 GMT

    1. C 2. B 3. A 4. B

    And also, Ricky has lost his integrity for Cricket. The thing he receievd with Strauss, he should remember that he was once on the giving end at Sydney Test 2008 when he informed the Umpire that the Ganguly catch taken by Clarke was clean whereas the replays said somethin else. So he should remember, AS U SOW, SO SHALL U REAP. There can't be a greater Retirement than Freddy has. Way to go.

  • Anindo on July 26, 2009, 9:02 GMT

    Awesome stuff again! The part about the cat was hillarious!

  • andrew schulz on July 26, 2009, 2:47 GMT

    If you are going to be a quizmaster, at least get your own facts right on the basic questions. Australia did not lose back to back series,have not lost back to back series for over twenty years ( unlike England for whom back to back series losses have been normal), and will not lose back to back series for a long time yet.

  • Marcus on July 26, 2009, 2:35 GMT

    1) A 2) A 3) B 4) B

  • Tom Price on July 25, 2009, 23:10 GMT

    Pitiable half bald ginger muppet entertainment genius and I want more.

  • Tom Price on July 25, 2009, 23:08 GMT

    Pitiable half bald ginger muppet entertainment genius and I want more.

  • Baby Jay on July 25, 2009, 22:51 GMT

    1)b, 2)c, 3)c, 4)a. God help the poms if Stuart Clarke and Shane Watson get back in the side! But the good news for the poms - the Aussie selectors have severe aluminium poisoning from all those cans of beer! Making good, sensible decisions about team selection is far, far beyond them. (Just ask Dean Jones).

  • Priyadaka on July 25, 2009, 21:40 GMT

    Excuse me for being late, the bus took a detour. Some of your test has a), b) and c) and some also has d), is this a hint at the answer I'm meant to give or is it: a) a glove-exchanging time waste on your part; b) a cover-up for your 3 dropped catches at 21; c) too complicated for me to understand; e) a failure to pick a decent d) to cover for an average selection at c). You have 5 days to answer, and no references to this being as exciting as watching Nathan 'interesting' Hauritz bowl.

  • Jay on July 25, 2009, 20:45 GMT

    Impressive effort mate. Loved the bit about Strauss's catch.

  • Levi on July 25, 2009, 18:38 GMT

    Andy, more satire gold from half bald Ginger Genius. If your funnies are the main course the sweet taste of comments from those who dont appreciate your brand of humour are just as good! C,B,C,B, love the 5Live podcast also, especially the theory from your gay guest about Stuart Broad's continued inclusion in the squad!!

  • Raymond on July 25, 2009, 18:22 GMT

    I hope "Ashley" from 2:47 is a girl: because she is an awful "tight-ass". Not your best work ( you must have writen this with the kids, wives and pets barking at you): regardless, it is still the best stuff on this site.

  • Mogomotsi Lebotse on July 25, 2009, 18:20 GMT

    1. B 2. B 3. B 4. C Should Australia win the next test, I reserve the right to change my answers. Way to go Andy..........

  • the instant classic on July 25, 2009, 18:02 GMT

    c d not da biggest part but da main part he also cost ponting the aus leading run scoring record a c

  • Cuen Lucas on July 25, 2009, 17:23 GMT

    Brilliant as always Andy, got quite a way of putting things. For the record, my answers (so far) are 1)B 2)A 3)B 4)B

  • nikam on July 25, 2009, 16:49 GMT

    As you rightly said, the 196 opening partnership set the tone for Englands win. A genuine spinner is what Australia really lack. I should say that the English win is not very significant from these facts. However, this Australian team has the potential to win, even if it plays to 70% of its capacity. It remains to be seen how they fare in the rest of the series.

  • scorpio king on July 25, 2009, 16:45 GMT

    1) E 2) E 3) E 4) E

  • soubhik on July 25, 2009, 16:22 GMT

    absolutely brilliant!! PS: Border's "still empty grave" bit was neat man :D

  • Yousef on July 25, 2009, 16:15 GMT

    ROFL. Q4b was amazing.

  • Sagar on July 25, 2009, 15:42 GMT

    Q 1 - A Q 2 - A Q 3 - B Q 4 - C

  • Andrew Deacon on July 25, 2009, 15:30 GMT

    Very good.

  • Ashley on July 25, 2009, 15:24 GMT

    Cricket is very important. Your taking the mickey out of a few games exposes you and those games for what they are. Games. Important sporting ties, used by politicians to replace war in some countries, are played in important countries like Pakistan, South Africa and Argentina. And Ireland. Where the winner gets to take home the loser's country.

  • Taha on July 25, 2009, 15:05 GMT

    Hilarious as always Andy! I think i got the answers.....but then again if i tell them and they are wrong ill look like a moron.

  • Joe on July 25, 2009, 14:55 GMT

    You're ginger. And half bald. Back in your cage, muppet. It's not entertaining. I pity you.

  • Goutham Chakravarthi on July 25, 2009, 13:34 GMT

    Awesome stuff!

  • Sam on July 25, 2009, 13:28 GMT

    1) B 2) B 3) C 4) C

    And I've seen Michael Clarke and the Aussies do a motorcycle pyramid. Splendiferous stuff.

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  • Sam on July 25, 2009, 13:28 GMT

    1) B 2) B 3) C 4) C

    And I've seen Michael Clarke and the Aussies do a motorcycle pyramid. Splendiferous stuff.

  • Goutham Chakravarthi on July 25, 2009, 13:34 GMT

    Awesome stuff!

  • Joe on July 25, 2009, 14:55 GMT

    You're ginger. And half bald. Back in your cage, muppet. It's not entertaining. I pity you.

  • Taha on July 25, 2009, 15:05 GMT

    Hilarious as always Andy! I think i got the answers.....but then again if i tell them and they are wrong ill look like a moron.

  • Ashley on July 25, 2009, 15:24 GMT

    Cricket is very important. Your taking the mickey out of a few games exposes you and those games for what they are. Games. Important sporting ties, used by politicians to replace war in some countries, are played in important countries like Pakistan, South Africa and Argentina. And Ireland. Where the winner gets to take home the loser's country.

  • Andrew Deacon on July 25, 2009, 15:30 GMT

    Very good.

  • Sagar on July 25, 2009, 15:42 GMT

    Q 1 - A Q 2 - A Q 3 - B Q 4 - C

  • Yousef on July 25, 2009, 16:15 GMT

    ROFL. Q4b was amazing.

  • soubhik on July 25, 2009, 16:22 GMT

    absolutely brilliant!! PS: Border's "still empty grave" bit was neat man :D

  • scorpio king on July 25, 2009, 16:45 GMT

    1) E 2) E 3) E 4) E