Accept Australian Sledging In Good Grace

Accept Australian Sledging In Good Grace

Post by nkdatta8.. » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 05:24:27


In Australia, more than a quarter of all births are out-of-wedlock. Is
it any wonder then that "bastard" is a term of endearment among
Australians rather than an abuse? Indian cricketers must learn to
accept the friendly gesture whenever Australian cricketers call them
bastards on the field.

http://ink.news.com.au/mercury/mathguys/articles/1997/970109a1.htm

 
 
 

Accept Australian Sledging In Good Grace

Post by bhandav » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 14:48:29

Quote:

> In Australia, more than a quarter of all births are out-of-wedlock. Is
> it any wonder then that "bastard" is a term of endearment among
> Australians rather than an abuse? Indian cricketers must learn to
> accept the friendly gesture whenever Australian cricketers call them
> bastards on the field.

> http://ink.news.com.au/mercury/mathguys/articles/1997/970109a1.htm

That's the way, troll. I'm glad you took my advice and stopped copying
and pasting this same article in irrelevant threads. Instead you pasted
it in cricket and Indian newsgroups. Did you misinterpret the word
"relevant"?

Like I said, if you had found a source less than a decade old you would
note that this figure has increased; this is since the popularity of
marriage is declining in Australia and many parts of the world.

bhandava

 
 
 

Accept Australian Sledging In Good Grace

Post by Andrew Symond » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 14:54:47


Quote:

>> In Australia, more than a quarter of all births are out-of-wedlock. Is
>> it any wonder then that "bastard" is a term of endearment among
>> Australians rather than an abuse? Indian cricketers must learn to
>> accept the friendly gesture whenever Australian cricketers call them
>> bastards on the field.

>> http://ink.news.com.au/mercury/mathguys/articles/1997/970109a1.htm

> That's the way, troll. I'm glad you took my advice and stopped copying and
> pasting this same article in irrelevant threads. Instead you pasted it in
> cricket and Indian newsgroups. Did you misinterpret the word "relevant"?

> Like I said, if you had found a source less than a decade old you would
> note that this figure has increased; this is since the popularity of
> marriage is declining in Australia and many parts of the world.

> bhandava

Especially in Europe so much so their governments are offering
incentives like cars, refrigerators and other electronics for couples
who breed more born pussies like you and them.