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lack of swing mystifies england


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  • 'England swings like a pendulum do' - from a Sixties hit song. If it had been a Seventies hit song then it would have meant 'England wife-swaps like a ....'. Perhaps that's why we're mystified.

    July 12, 2009

  • ... doo-wop doo-wop doo-wop doo-wop, doo-wop doo-wop doo-wop doo-WAH.

    July 11, 2009

  • Chained_bear, if you're right, then England don't mean a thing.

    July 11, 2009

  • Hm. I assumed it meant there's no good Big-Band music in England anymore. *ponders*

    July 11, 2009

  • HaHa! Having watched your link to video, VO, I am reminded why I don't follow what players have to say about the cricket they've just played. I love cricket but I have more interesting things in my life than the inane chatter of people who are portrayed as interesting to listen to just because they are interesting to watch.

    On a technical point, TWO nations 'are perplexed' as we are constantly told now that it is the 'England and Wales' cricket team contesting the Ashes.

    I heard someone who hasn't grasped this yet (or just doesn't want to) ask why the first Test was being played on a neutral ground! Cardiff not being in England or Australia, like! HaHa!

    July 11, 2009

  • An entire nation is perplexed by modern playground design.

    (Okay, it's actually about cricket.)

    July 11, 2009