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In the Manchester of Southern India

Haven’t chanced upon anything akin to Canal Street yet. I did catch a glimpse of two virile men clothed in matching black mesh undershirts hold hands and whistle into the breeze while crossing an overflowing gutter, earlier during the day.

 The original Manchester is well know for its sports. Mostly lacrosse championships and why shouldn’t that be the case? Lacrosse is a superior sport when you compare it to something vile like football or bog snorkelling. It  invokes the same athleticism as rugby except with lesser chances to see the mugs on those doltish runts thanks to the equestrian helmets and constant headbutting. Considered closely, lacrosse resembles a well rehearsed menage-a-trois between 3 prominent spectator sports – american football, foot  polo and fencing.

What are some of your favorite sports?

Write to me about them and I shall prove to you how all of them are, essentially, inglorious versions of  croquet.

  1. Ha Ha Ha Ha
    June 12, 2010 at 11:40 am

    Odd bird!
    You should blog more often because you are the much needed antidote to the pseudo seriousness of these garden variety pop philosophy/literary blogs that are festering in the blogosphere.

  2. Pissante
    June 18, 2010 at 1:26 pm

    Beaten by Serbia? Thats what it has come to now?
    Sniffle. Sniffle.

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