'Apparently I smell of wee'
So many pressing questions are answered in this week's Twitter round-up. Which cricketer has strong feelings about aeroplanes, which cricketer smells of urine, and which cricketer hash-tags his own name no matter what he's writing about? (Hint: the last one's Tino Best).
The winning feeling
Stuart Broad can think of only one thing better.
It's sports nutrition. Haribo Starmix is ideal for glycogen replacement.
The burning question
Comes from Chris Tremlett.
"Is black cod a bit overrated!?"
Darren Bravo appears to have news.
That's almost poetic. Have you got any more?
That first one might have been the high-water mark.
Craig Kieswetter has made a bold decision.
If you feel you have to state that explicitly, it almost certainly isn't true. Another good way of deducing whether your trousers are cool is by checking whether or not they are orange.
Has Kent's Rob Key lost sense of smell, self-respect or both?
No explanation given.
The journalism training
Kemar Roach has some advice.
If it weren't for his love of upper-case letters, he could get a job as a sub-editor.
The flight preference
The man who we can now call "Scotland's Neil Carter" has strong feelings about flying.
Always good… Always.
The hash tag
Tino Best is still hash-tagging his own name in pretty much every tweet. This is a particularly fine example.
Lonwabo Tsotsobe makes me feel like I'm missing the point here.
But I'm not, am I? He's just bad at maths, isn't he?
The film review
From the fragrant Rob Key.
It's everyone's least-favourite, most-pedantic segment. How's this for an unlikely exclamation?
Exclamation marks are not shorthand for "this is exciting". If website registration doesn't seem exciting enough with just a conventional full stop then maybe you have to accept that website registration simply isn't all that exciting.
Life with Kemar Roach
Just a warning, but this does get unexpectedly confrontational towards the end.
"Nothing Went Right Today!"
Easy, Tiger. What brought that on?
And he's calm again.
What's your philosophy?
Will Shaun Pollock ever run out of trite little sayings?
It doesn't seem like he will.
Ravi Bopara has his own opinions.
Meanwhile, Albie Morkel, Faf du Plessis, Chris Morris, Ben Laughlin and Dirk Nannes stick with the majority.
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket