Sunday, 26 April 2009

Where is Sybrand?

I hate having obscure best friends. They're exactly that: obscure. Apparently our favourite ambidextrous serial killer hasn't become the next sensation in the cricketing world. After that warm-up match against the Rajasthan Royals, he has all but disappeared from the circuit.

Meanwhile, Napoleon Einstein has been sent home by the very people who spelt his name incorrectly on their website and following that, there has been no news on him.

Vaughn van Jaarsveld is also off the scene, and the last time he was seen was during the T20 and ODI matches, on the sidelines.

All three of my best friends, all little kids, are nowhere to be seen. I demand answers.

3 comments:

Ottayan said...

"All three of my best friends, all little kids, are nowhere to be seen. I demand answers" - Little kids do not play in the night.:)

richie_141 said...

I think the ICC have banned Sybrand from playing under lights because the glare from his hair simultaneously blinds the batsman, distracts the bowler, makes the umpire disorientated, pisses off the keeper, breaks 3 cameras and renders commentators incomprehensible (or even more incomprehensible, as the case may be)

Amy said...

Ottayan, my little kids do. They're very grown up.

Richie, not to mention scrambling satellite signals and thus distorting communication between TV signals across the globe. Playing Sybrand means no live TV coverage of the game.