Michael Vaughan stretches to tickle a pterodactyl under its chin

(It's just off camera)


'There's a good prehistoric winged vertebrate.'

Paul Collingwood would never make a schoolboy error like this. Look how horrified Michael Atherton is.

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Tuesday, May 01, 2012


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4 Comments:

Blogger Zephirine said...

The small boy looks as if he's wondering how anybody could do such a thing... As you rightly point out, Colly's technique is far superior.

7:19 pm  
Anonymous sid said...

i believe it is not a pterodactyl, but in fact a Pterosaur, otherwise an excellent piece of investigative journalism.

1:40 am  
Blogger The Scientician said...

Actually, Michael Vaughan's technique, while useless in the management of the Kennington Pterodoctyl (Pterodactylus kenningtoniensus), due to it's lack of cervical sensory ganglia, is actually perfectly adequate in this situation.

10:23 am  
Blogger The Scientician said...

One does rather wish one could construct sentences that actually make sense.

11:25 am  

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