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The Buzz: Bonding at the end of the Ashes with beers

"Once we cross the boundary line, I'll follow you back on Twitter" Getty Images

All the world's cricketers walked into a bar. The LOLs, the chatter, and the occasional mini-brawls, they were endless. And the news cycle was never the same again! Welcome to ESPNcricinfo's Social Buzz, your go-to destination for all the bantz, the jousts, and little bit of eavesdropping from the social media playground and beyond.

September 16

Australians never tire of reminding everyone how they like to leave the competition on the field and share a few beers with the opposition at the end of a series. And they are doing just that at the end of the drawn Ashes, mingling with the England players in the dressing room, David Warner hanging out with Jack Leach and Jonny Bairstow, Pat Cummins with Chris Woakes, Steven Smith with Sam Curran, Stuart Broad with Peter Siddle, and Rory Burns with Travis Head. A touching moment, especially if you try not to think about the Australian celebrations from the previous Test for which Smith turned up in a pair of glasses.

Meanwhile Jimmy Neesham is tied of your Ashes jokes, so knock it off, okay?

The Megastar takes on probability

Not much has gone wrong for Australia on their tour to the Caribbean, but Meg Lanning's three losses in three tosses has had her losing faith in probability.

"It's 50-50, Meg"

"But I've lost three in a row"

Her solution? Take vice-captain Rachael Haynes along next time to toss the coin. Can't say it's not been tried before.

Missed all the chatter last week? Catch up on it here