Good day to be an Indian.


This, or variants thereof, might have been the scenarios in various Australian workplaces this morning as resident Indians walked in the door.

A1: Look who’s here. And wipe that smile off your face.

My Manager (another A): Good to see you mate. Thought you’d be calling in sick from Perth.

Me: Well, the red-eyes going west were all full of those bloody miners on FIFO deals.

A2: I tell you, these Indians, terrorising us Aussies-haven’t heard of sticking to scripts have ya?

A1: Looks a few inches taller don’ he?

Me: I’d suggest that we would still want to wrap things up in 3 days. After all the boys are booked for that trip to Monkey Mia on Saturday morning.

A2: Well, if we bat the way our bowlers bowled at See-wag yesterday evening, your boys might make that trip after all.

Soundar. 

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2 responses to “Good day to be an Indian.

  1. Tendulkar and second innings! If there is one weakness in Tendulkar’s batting it is his inability to bat well in the second innings and win matches for India.

  2. continuing on Tendulkar and his second innings failures, I would have preferred VVS to come at the fall of Sewag. VVS is a terrific second innings player and in the present form he is the best among the fearsome four.

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