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Missing the stumps and the point... but only just

A weighty problem

Sahil Rizwan


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Sahil Rizwan is a comic-strip writer who's always between unemployments. He blogs at The Vigil Idiot

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Comments: 3 
Posted by   on (January 30, 2011, 14:11 GMT)

mate ! you forgot to mention one more legend along with inzi, arjuna n shane ! thats our very own Ramesh Powar !!!

Posted by   on (January 27, 2011, 12:24 GMT)

This isn't funny, or accurate. If it were cramp and not a groin injury, sure, but this way it just makes no sense.

Posted by   on (January 27, 2011, 12:20 GMT)

Oh wow, u actually created a strip of French cut without mentioning Pakistan cricket for once. Well u did mention Inzi but I guess that'd be ok. See and you thought u can't anything funny if it doesn't include Pakistan cricket.

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