A mountain viscacha being conspicuously indifferent to Rob Key

We got this from Simon C very early on and have been saving it.

Simon says: "You will be delighted to know that your very own Rob Key picture actually contains an animal being conspicuously indifferent to cricket.

"Using image enhancement software, we can clearly see a mountain viscacha in the crowd, engaging in the mountain viscacha's normal diurnal behaviour of sleeping upright.

"It is completely unaware of Rob Key's century, although to be fair, Rob Key is completely unaware of the viscacha.

"I have given Rob a flaming sword for verisimilitude."

Rob Key, flaming swords, indifferent animals - unusual ones at that. It's a tour de force. We'll even overlook the use of the word 'verisimilitude'.

Thanks Simon C.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

There can be no better, or higher, example of indifferent animals. No wonder Rob Key had to set his bat on fire and retire to the pavillion.

2:23 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

rob key falls for 6 of 18 balls, geriant Jones hits a run a ball hundred.....


4:31 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm so proud I cried a little bit.

It's surprisingly difficult to find flaming sword pictures on the internet, though. I searched for ages and it still looks more like a ginger chainsaw.

11:36 am  

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