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Graeme Swann felt sufficient shame to apologise to Chris Rogers after his hideous full toss resulted in a most bizarre lbw dismissal during the second Test.
Dunno. It seemed to work quite well. Try it again.
But it wasn't the only objectionable thing thrown up that week.
Bet that didn't bounce either.
Mitchell Johnson's on Twitter!
The thing about social media, Mitch, is that it enables you to communicate with people other than those you live with.
Lonwabo Tsotsobe is in another dimension.
"A lot of people are afraid of heights why not be afraid of widths?"
Because it's so much harder to feel the gravity of the situation.
Things were better in R Ashwin's day.
It's tough having to go and get your own paper.
"I am talking only about the timings of paper delivery."
Oh, sorry. It's tough having to wait for your paper to come to you.
The bad day
Damien Martyn's enjoying commentating on this Ashes series.
At least one Australian batsman was hanging about, not going down and not getting out.
Graeme Swann knows when it's time to get out.
Kevin Pietersen's hearing things.
What about the one that says, "You shouldn't"?
Mitch Marsh was not at all happy with Tim Paine.
Paine pleaded innocence.
Marsh was unimpressed.
Or maybe he mistook Paine for the voice in his head.
Italy's coach, Joe Scuderi, will earn a few groans for this one.
Life with Kemar Roach
Few of us aren't envious of the lifestyle of a professional cricketer.
What's your philosophy?
Shaun Pollock's stirred.
Alex Hales is doing his bit.
"Nandos on my own.... Tough times"
It's not just food that gets smashed, according to Scott Styris.
Apparently it's also seven-year-old daughters.
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