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This, that and the other. Mostly the other
This week on Twitter, we learn how Chris Gayle sees himself, how Matthew Hayden spends his free time, how Lou Vincent's passing his retirement and how Dale Steyn measures fun. There's also the intriguing mystery of Kemar Roach's lost hour.
Matthew Hayden's so afraid of offending people, he won't even commit to a favourite pickle.
But which is best, Matthew? Commit to a firm position on this issue.
The job title
For his Twitter bio, Chris Gayle has decided to go with "World Boss" and nothing more.
The ladies' man
Mitch Marsh is getting flashbacks.
Maybe you should stop asking women to drive you places all the time.
The rhyming dictionary
Graeme Smith has a challenge for us.
"Who can say ram slam glam cam 3 times fast.........."
No, but I can say "Why?" very slowly and deliberately.
Matthew Hayden's mulling things over.
He probably schedules time for that each day. When you're on a non-stop rollercoaster of joy - eating pickle, waiting for flights and the like - it's hard to find the time to appreciate just how amazing your life is.
Lancastrian Graeme Fowler points out a flaw in the team across the Pennines being renamed Yorkshire Vikings.
Did Dale Steyn have fun when he visited a theme park?
That is not how you measure fun. At best, it is an occasional by-product of certain types of fun.
Has Lou Vincent been busy since he retired from cricket?
The old floor-doing, cheese-on-toast-burning-and-dropping scenario - we've all been there. Thanks for the advice. Can't wait for domestic lesson two. Hopefully it'll shed more light on your unconventional understanding of the word "maths".
According to Surrey's Jason Roy:
"Jay Z is king #fact"
Not a fact.
According to Worcestershire's Alan Richardson:
"Beetroot juice is rank. Fact."
Life with Kemar Roach
Once again, it's all go for Kemar.
"Busy Day Ahead!"
One hour later.
You don't know what he did during that hour. Maybe he's just really efficient.
What's your philosophy?
What if people are only throwing bricks that have been deemed unfit for purpose? In that case wouldn't it be plain irresponsible to commence construction?
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
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