This, that and the other. Mostly the other
In this week's Twitter round-up, we learn when it is and isn't appropriate to cheer for your team, we discover a new use for Botox, and we find one cricketer going beyond merely smashing his food. We also get another vivid insight into the life of Kemar Roach, but be warned - it's like you're actually there, living his experiences for yourself. It's not for the faint-hearted.
Pat Cummins deserves better.
Wait a minute. Where did you take her?
Have the England players overcome their nasty habit of celebrating series victories with 1980s soft rock? Let's go to Graeme Swann for the answer.
No, they have not.
The lack of progress
Last week Ramnaresh Sarwan was informing us of his "early morning movements". It's safe to assume he wouldn't do that again, right?
"Early morning movements!"
What is this compulsion of yours to tell us this? What is anyone getting out of this?
The irrelevant hash tag
Andrew Hall's got some sort of self-cheerleading Tourette's.
"Making a cup of tea #gosteelbacks" - you see how it doesn't always apply, Andrew?
What's Matt Prior been up to in New Zealand?
Few of us do expect that.
Queensland's Ben Cutting needs some treatment.
Relax. Pretty soon you'll be free of those unwanted wrinkles.
Ajinkya Rahane has a question.
"In hyderabad, had good training session. What you all up to guys?"
We're all checking Twitter. Obviously.
Life with Kemar Roach
Kemar's still sharing every detail with us. You get a real feel for how his week's been.
"Back On A Plane Again! #Grenada"
Presumably, as it's his last night, he opted to "go home".
At least he's excited about it.
What's your philosophy?
We already know that Kemar Roach isn't a man to waste words.
Kemar's background image is a picture of a BMW.
Can anyone go further than merely smashing food? Surely Tim Bresnan's a likely candidate.
That is not the spirit. Next.
Food murder. That's more like it.
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
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