It was the most amazing start. Laughs I couldn't believe it. If you ask me now what happened, I can't really tell you. All I can remember about that game was how nervous I was. I was so nervous, I felt numb. I had no feeling in my body.
I would say it had its moments, but I had so many injuries that set me back. That really hampered what I set out to achieve. For the most part I think I did pretty well when I was fit. If I were to do it all again I wouldn't change anything - apart from being a bit luckier with injuries.
Taking part and helping West Indies win the World T20 in 2012. I'll never forget the feeling. The celebrations afterwards were crazy, a massive all-nighter.
It's instinctive and a natural slinger's action. It's something I've had since I started playing cricket. I can't remember ever changing it that much, just a couple of tweaks here and there. I found it quite funny when my teacher at secondary school saw me bowl and wanted me to throw the javelin. So I tried and I kept hitting the back of my head!
I do enjoy batting - if the bowling's not quick! I'm pretty good at defending my stumps but now I'm trying to play a few shots and express myself.
He's had the biggest impact, more than anyone else. Brian was the one who pushed for me to play my first Test and I owe him a lot.
The IPL is top-notch and the standard is just incredible. But for the whole party atmosphere, I'll have to go with the Caribbean.
I'm a big fan of South Africa. In Centurion they do steaks and they are lovely.
Kirk Edwards. He's just the worst dancer. His moves are absolutely shocking. He makes a night out.
Kirk, obviously! His moves are so bad they end up being good. The guy just can't find any rhythm. In one of his moves, he actually looks like a robot.
(Laughs) No, we'll let him off this one. The late Runako Morton had some pretty dodgy clothes.
Quiet, soft-spoken, humble.
A lot of television channels.
The short-ball rule.
No way. We should be allowed to bowl four!
Andre Russell. He can bowl quick, he's one of the best fielders around, and he can bat. The man is so gifted.
We were playing a Test against New Zealand in 2006 when Runako Morton drove one to Daniel Vettori at mid-on. He set off, so did Shivnarine Chanderpaul, then he stopped and they both landed up at the same end.