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  1. Whichever suar was involved in it, even the yellow ones!
  2. Mola Ram says,"Maaro maaro sooar ko, chamdi nocho, pee lo khoon" I agree.
  3. Africa is for Africans, South Africans!
  4. The last time I checked India sucks at football!!
  5. Dinda’s main aim in life was to get some boom boom action with the gori I-Pee-L cheerleaders. Since that has been accomplished, what’s the big deal about playing for the Indian team?
  6. Yes attitude definitely is the key. But Chinese rice and what Bengalees eat are different. Chinese rice is sticky and they do not eat rice in the same volume as Bengalees do. I do not eat rice much these days (very infrequently), but every time I do I feel like taking a nap. Rice has some ingredients that make you feel sleepy (I forget the name) like milk has (typtophan ??)
  7. Shastri should do some chuski to coax Dhoni to get back to the test team for the England tour. In all seriousness, this guy Kuldeep should be on the tour and playing if we have one spinner in the team. Ashwin has been disappointing lately.
  8. Bengalis are what we call "Bheto Bangali". We eat rice, copious amounts of it. It makes us feel lazy and sleepy. We even put poppy seeds in our vegetable mix - it is called "posto". Also fish, not the seafood kind, the but vanilla fresh water fish. It tastes delicious, good for the eyes and brain, but does shyt to our muscles!! We love to do "adda" - which is people getting together, eating (again) and gossiping / passing judgements on everything going on in the world like we own the shyt! I think we are world renowned for this. And finally, we LOVE sweets, and eat it like there is no tomorrow. No wonder, majority of us suffer from diabetes, or are borderline. And you expect this race to produce international quality athletes, let alone cricketers? Jai Bangla!!
  9. No problem. Saw the highlights somewhere else.
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    Where are all the experts now, thunders Ravi Shastri

    Abe Shastri, test series to haar gaye tera team, 2 hapte pehle aane ka kya hua? abhi ek ODI jitke phar phar kar rahan hain?
  11. This does not play in the US.
  12. Against a good pace attack on a overseas pitch with some juice and under lights, you have to have some technique to see off the moving ball before you can launch an attack. He is not a technically competent batsman.
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    Countdown to 50th 100 [ Virat Kohli] !!!

    yes, Viv and Sachin were ATGs, but this guy is clutch in chasing. He has proven enough to me to say he has surpassed them and by the time he ends his career he will be the GOAT. Now if he can translate this to tests as well, then Smith, who?
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    Countdown to 50th 100 [ Virat Kohli] !!!

    Kohli is head and shoulders above any ODI batsman in the history of cricket. He is getting more and more clutch. Now, only if he could translate this performance regularly in tests!!
  15. I am cheerful bruh, it was said in jest!! @maniac, although I cancelled my Willow subscription and wasn't able to see a lick, can someone please help a poor boy out and point to some highlights???
  16. phuck de India won?? Yeh ka chewtiyapa, I was getting so used to losing!!
  17. Chalo under lights, ball will swing past Indian balls (22 of them) to take the edges. Khel khatam, paisa nahin hajam. India down 0-1!!
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    Pujara to play County cricket for Yorkshire

    This is why I like this Pujara. Trying and not complacent.
  19. Oye Lallu, SA to gaya, abhi Ashwin Aus mein ka karega re?
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    Hashim Amla’s House in Southafrica

    One last thing before I move on....I edited my initial comments to clarify myself, but attaching here just for completeness. The only thing I will apologize for is that once I made the initial comment, I should not have followed it up making fun of women eating in burqa, but I stand by everything else. I think I am done now, really! Just to clarify this a bit more. I am not calling Hashim Amla's wife an ape necessarily, although the comment was made in reference to her. I do not know her, have not heard anything about her in the news to form any opinion. What I intended to mean is that anyone who is covered from head to toe (including face) in a black fabric does not look human because the human features are all suppressed by the black shroud. That is where the ape comment came from. Also the comment about the burqa has nothing to do with Islamophobia. I am sure Hashim Amla and his family are fine people. Islamophobia is fearing, hating and discriminating against someone just because he/she is Muslim or comes from a Muslim background and attaching stereotypes to them. You can not hate a person for who they are and still be able to criticize them for any beliefs, practices, etc that you think are detrimental or in conflict with a modern open society. Actually many liberal minded people fall in that trap, let alone other Muslims. Any time you say anything critical of the Islamic culture, religion or society you are tagged an Islamophobe even though you are trying to make a valid point and not stereotyping people. This actually hurts the cause because Islamphobia is real and does exist in our current climate and I am symapthetic to it. All this instant labeling does is alienate more people from being sympathetic to the struggle. Same is true for homophobia as well.
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    Hashim Amla’s House in Southafrica

    Homosexuality is not by choice, it is how you are born. Homosexuality may be a aberration (if you think heterosexuality is the norm of the society), but it is prevalent in the entire animal kingdom and although we are at the top of the intelligence chain, we are still part of it. I completely understand your stance on it, you don't have to come up with jackass explanations. You may not advocate violence against them, but you do not like a group of people just because who they are, and not by choice. You will not consider them equal to you, not in favor of giving them the due rights, etc. etc, be OK with them being discriminated even if it is not violent. There are many ways to marginalize people other than being violent to them. You are a classic homophobe!! You are just one step better than the assholes who throws gays off of a building, or physically abuse them simply because of who they are. Unfortunately, there are many of you around the world and not just limited to conservative Islam. Most of this discrimination originates from religion. And pleeease spare me with your fake outrage of me calling Amla's wife an ape. I was mentioning that anyone who is draped in a burqa looks like an ape because you cannot see the human being. That is not the same as calling her an ape because of how she looks in flesh and blood (we don't even that reference ). Also, I do not hate anyone for their religious belief, but that should not stop me from making a point that it is not compatible with the norms and securities of a modern society. I live in the US and I know wearing a niqab is not illegal. So where did I say I will harass people if they do? I do not harass anyone unless they physically or verbally assault me. If burqa is legal anywhere, I have no business hating or harassing someone who wears them. However, that should not stop be from criticizing the practice and I would wholeheartedly support any effort to ban it. You cited France, which is one of the most liberal societies and yet they see the danger of wearing a niqab. If same thing was happening in the US frequently, you will see a similar movement. You guys are stuck in the medieval ages and yet choose to live in a modern liberal society. If you are so hell bent on these primitive customs, why the phuck don't you go back and live in a similar close minded society? I am done with this topic. Time to move on for me.
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    Hashim Amla’s House in Southafrica

    @Green Monster, you think homosexual are OK as long as they are not killed!! What a wonderful stance. Yeah, hate a group of people whose sexuality is something they are born with and they do not pose any threat to you, but hate them, discriminate against them, even beat the shyt out of them, just do not kill them. This shows how close-minded fanatical you are. You live in a open modern society, take all the advantages it provides and spout your medieval religion-based biases.
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    Hashim Amla’s House in Southafrica

    I give up. No point arguing over something where we are not going change people's mind. I can tolerate any form of conservative clothing as it does not affect me or others, EXCEPT niqab. You cannot be covering your entire body and roaming around completely unidentifiable. It poses a security risk. It is not in tune with a modern open society. So while in a Islamic country (where I have no desire living) it might be OK, in any of the developed Western countries I would support any move to ban the niqab. And this is not because it is coming from Islam. If Hindu women were walking around in the same society with ghunghat completely covering their faces, that would not be acceptable as well.
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    Mohammed Shami has best SR among Indian bowlers

    Sirji has an average of 23.73! Fast track him to the England tour test team!!
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    I would not play Bumrah in England: Michael Holding

    Umesh has not gotten as many chances as Pissant has got. Phucker has been playing since 2008 and he was decent for about 2 years or so.

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