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In this week's Twitter round-up, we answer all the most pressing questions. How do you know when you've eaten enough sushi? What did Ricky Ponting bring to the dressing room? What does an ampersand remind you of? And is Owais Shah numerate?
Jason Krejza has spotted something.
Nice hash tag.
The business plan
Mitchell Marsh has had an idea.
"I wish I sold bandwagons."
Actually Mitch, one of the defining features of bandwagons is that a single one can accommodate many people. Just because there are a lot of people jumping on them doesn't mean that there's necessarily a huge market for such things.
Pat Cummins is a man of rare talent.
More dinner-time slowness is described by Ravi Bopara.
Clearly Owais doesn't see Ravi and Rob as people.
Graeme Swann has temporarily renounced Nineties indie music.
Arguably, he had more credibility when he was listening to Shed Seven.
Murali Kartik needs to ward something off.
What's the tongue doing? Is this a Brad Hogg reference?
The alarm call
MS Dhoni's an early riser.
If it was only enough time because you got up 15 minutes before the alarm, you should probably set it to go off earlier.
What did Ricky Ponting bring to a dressing room? Let's ask his Tasmania team-mate, Tim Paine who has been dissecting the consequences of Ponting's retirement with other members of the side.
Small man. Big loss.
Darren Bravo wants to know the odds.
It's not a coincidence. It's just going back to the same place after a certain amount of time. Furthermore, the time of year is presumably largely dictated by the fixture list.
The everyday experience
Tim Bresnan risked IKEA.
But what did you get that you didn't want?
Life with Kemar Roach
The excitement NEVER STOPS.
"Early Morning Chores!"
You really don't.
What's your philosophy?
You'd think we'd have a decent handle on Shaun Pollock's philosophy by now, but he's never short of something to add.
We're judging you by your tweets, Shaun.
Vernon Philander was feeling adventurous and asked for restaurant suggestions.
No you won't.
YO! Sushi Watch
Andrew Flintoff is no longer a cricketer. He dines elsewhere.
Fortunately, he has a system.
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
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