Beer, Chips and Cricket

This is a site about drinking beer, eating chips and thinking cricket. I am not a former player, a television commentaror or a journalist; my qualification to being worthy of hearing is that I drink a lot of beer, eat a lot of chips and think a lot about cricket. The thoughts need not be politically correct and often include colourful language but there will be no deliberate bias towards any player, community or state. I don't care about popular opinion or perceptions and I speak it as I see it.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

A spoof on the Post Mortem conducted by the BCCI on the World Cup Flot show

Hoping to make some posts soon (too busy in office).

Here is something I got on Rediff -




  • At Tuesday, March 27, 2007 11:38:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    awesome read!

  • At Wednesday, March 28, 2007 12:15:00 AM, Anonymous Commentator said…

    Your post on Feb 8 is so proverbial man. The article on rediff is good too.

    DO check out if you have the time.

  • At Wednesday, March 28, 2007 7:15:00 AM, Anonymous Preetham said…

    It's very funny in a dark way,i am now convinced that's what goes behind the closed doors, at first it feels funny but once you start thinking it makes your blood boil. A#$H%*#S they take the whole nation for granted and we fall for it every time.

  • At Wednesday, March 28, 2007 10:03:00 AM, Anonymous make-root-beer said…

    As you're growing up as a teenager, there are a number of things that you look forward to; getting your drivers license, graduating

    from high school, going to your senior prom, having your first date and having your first beer. The problem with this last one is

    that the drinking age and the thing you want make it something that you just can't have yet. And still, you want it and will go to

    any lengths to get it.

    Underage beer drinking is certainly no secret and to try to sweep it under the carpet isn't going to make it go away. But the most

    odd thing about underage drinking when it comes to beer is that even after kids sneak their first beer, they still want to have

    another one. If you're wondering why that sounds so strange then you need to think back to when YOU had your first beer. It was

    pretty nasty tasting. Let's be honest, beer is bitter and is an acquired taste. Very few people, if any at all, enjoyed their first

    beer. Many even get sick after it because of the taste or the fact that they're not used to the alcohol yet.

  • At Wednesday, March 28, 2007 10:52:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…


    You have outdone yourself! This had me laughing continuously until my laughter was arrested by a series of coughs and glaring looks from my coworkers. Keep up the good work!

  • At Wednesday, March 28, 2007 11:11:00 AM, Blogger Amit said…

    this was truly a hilarious read...
    really really cool. I just hope these things dont happen in reality... if they do.. then kudos to thos 10-11 men making fools out of a billion!!!

  • At Thursday, March 29, 2007 6:23:00 AM, Blogger Scribbler said…

    Very well written


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