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Stuart Law: What he said, really meant and definitely did not


Ian Bell preparing for the 4th Ashes test 2005...

What he said:

“It was another great innings today. He’s a pain in the backside, to be honest.”

Sri Lankan coach, Stuart Law, minces no words in his assessment of Ian Bell’s contribution to his side’s travails in the Test series against England.

What he really meant:

“Bell has been the backbone of this English side—to our detriment.”

What he definitely didn’t:

“I’ve ordered extra padding in our players’ trouser seats. And loads of Zandu balm.”

What he said, really meant and definitely didn’t: Adam Parore


Mount Everest.

What he said:

“You can see the end of the world but it’s just a shame you don’t know what you’re looking at.”

Adam Parore was disoriented on reaching the summit of Mount Everest.

What he really meant:

“You see, I actually don’t know what the end of the world looks like but after climbing Mount Everest, what else is there to do? It feels like the end of the world and it looks like nothing.”

What he definitely didn’t:

“I can’t see.”

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