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.

April 12

Steven Newey, a club cricketer, pulls off a near-perfect impersonation of Ross Taylor in a video shared by the Alternative Commentary Collective. Stance: check. Puckered lips: check. Hand gestures: check.

April 11

Technique bat, golf ball, Ash Barty, and a lunge at the net

A technique bat. A golf ball. A brick wall. All very Don Bradman. But this is Ash Barty, so you get forehand net-play training, including a failed lunge at the end.

April 10

Mark Waugh's found his 'arsenal of weapons'

He was one of the best in his day, making magic in the middle with his beautiful strokeplay. Good news is that the blades Mark Waugh struck all those runs with are very much with him, in decent shape too, even if he thinks the old Tusker is a bit of a plank now.

'Wok mas go yet' for Charles Amini

With the Covid-19 pandemic having brought the world to a standstill, athletes are not only without much to do, one wonders what shape some of them might be in once the lockdown ends, with only the elite having the resources to train properly at home. Well, as far as PNG allrounder Charles Amini is concerned, nothing's changed, lockdown or no lockdown, "wok mas go yet". And this looks serious!

April 9

Shreyas Iyer's fancy footwork

Shreyas Iyer's clearly spending hours practising his footwork. When it comes to dance, though, his sister Shresta has him on the back foot.

Who is Azhar Ali trying to be?

Floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee, leaves like another famous Pakistani. Have you seen this, Younis Khan?

Vroom vroom Warner

David Warner's found the perfect way to get a workout in while also keeping the kids entertained.

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Bit of indoor ISO high speed sprints!! #Bullsdaycare

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Facing Shoaib Akhtar is so easy!

Attention, Jeff Thomson, the West Indies quartet, Shoaib Akhtar, Brett Lee and other pace demons: you have to listen to what Mohammad Kaif's son has to say about all y'all's skills.

Jimmy Neesham with dogs making us go aw

Thanks for the pick-me-up, Neesh.

Mayank Agarwal and wife's workout routine

Sure, we all want to stay fit during the quarantine, but isn't it annoying to have an athletic partner who motivates you into having sore muscles?

— Emerging Cricket (@EmergingCricket) April 9, 2020

April 8

Kerala police hilariously use Ravi Shastri commentary for lockdown

You see, cricket can help during times of stress (sound on).

Roger Federer's tennis challenge to Virat Kohli

Roger Federer has laid down a challenge to all his fans and many sportspersons, including Virat Kohli. How many do you think Kohli can do? Will he wear his India helmet? And is he going to challenge Federer to a round of keepy-uppy off the edge of a cricket bat? He should.

Ireland's Andy Balbirnie (of the Food XI v Drink XI fame of last week) impresses sans hat.

Brendon McCullum makes a snack

Don't be judgy, guys. We're all experimenting with cooking (with our limited provisions) while stuck at home during this time.

PNG batsman trains for the T20 World Cup

Cricketers the world over have been sharing videos of how they are staying fit during the times of social-distancing and lockdowns. Here's Papua New Guinea batsman Tony Ura working on his body while also participating in child care and ruining the lawn.

April 7

Get your make-up tips from Saqlain Mushtaq

We know we should resist the temptation, but we're gonna say it anyway: so beautiful you gotta take a doosra look.

April 6

Glenn Maxwell nails the trick shot

Glenn "Big Show" Maxwell has some thoughts about all those trick-shot videos floating around on TikTok.

Nailed it.

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