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Illustration: Keith Miller

"I thought pressure was a Messerschmitt up the back side, but then I saw Page 2's desperation to be funny. Now that's a real exhibition of the damage pressure can do."

Dec 8, 2011
Illustration: Sleeping Beauty

"I'd have woken much sooner, in terror, if they had only read Page 2 to me"

Dec 2, 2011
Illustration: Saqlain Mushtaq

"Of course I named my delivery after Page 2. Because like it, the doosra is unreadable."

Nov 26, 2011
Illustration: Napoleon

"When I said an army marches on its stomach, I didn't imply my soldiers needed to read Page 2 and throw up first."

Nov 22, 2011
Illustration: D'artagnan

"Let us be clear that Page 2's motto was not inspired by ours. While we believe in: 'All for one and one for all', Page 2 goes with: 'One fits all'"

Nov 14, 2011
Illustration: Imran Khan

"I told my men to play like cornered tigers in the 1992 World Cup. To Page 2, my advice is to stop playing like cornered ostriches."

Nov 8, 2011
Illustration: Marilyn Monroe

"I know why Page 2 is so popular. Because gentlemen prefer blondes."

Nov 2, 2011
Illustration: Gordon Ramsay

"It's amazing how Page 2 generates so much garbage without even having a kitchen to run."

Oct 27, 2011
Illustration: Diddy

"What did the P in my name stand for? Well not Page 2 fo sho. Fules."

Oct 21, 2011
Illustration: Bono

"Fighting to get Page 2 wiped off the face of the earth was too big an ask, so I thought I'd do my bit for humanity by raising awareness about famines in Africa instead."

Oct 15, 2011
Illustration: Forrest Gump

"Page 2 is like a box of chocolates. You never know how sick you'll feel unless you've tried it all."

Oct 9, 2011
Illustration: Robin Hood

"I don't think stealing lines from the famous and feeding it to poor readers makes Page 2 anything like me."

Oct 3, 2011
Illustration: Osama Bin Laden

"They found porn in my hideout after they killed me? Well, at least it wasn't Page 2 cookies in my browser cache."

Sep 27, 2011
Illustration: Superman

"Kryptonite merely incapacitates me. But Page 2 infuriates me."

Sep 21, 2011
Illustration: Robin

"Page 2 is like a superhero's sidekick. It's got some clever lines but no one really cares if it's there or not."

Sep 15, 2011
Illustration: Rene Descartes

"I think, therefore I am. Page 2 stinks, therefore it's a scam"

Sep 9, 2011
Illustration: Deepak Chopra

"The difference between me and Page 2 is, I used to be an endocrinologist before I started spouting garbage."

Sep 3, 2011
Illustration: Sunil Gavaskar

"I am in Page 2's corner. And I haven't been paid to say that."

Aug 28, 2011
Illustration: Fred Spofforth

"Infernal chicanery. I haven't seen the sort of clap trap that fills Page 2 since the days of that charlatan Grace."

Aug 22, 2011
Illustration: Mahatma Gandhi

"In the face of violence, turn the other cheek. In the face of Page 2, turn away and run."

Aug 16, 2011

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