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Posted - 20 May 2007 :  04:21:38 AM  Show Profile  Visit crazynance's Homepage Send crazynance a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Moe and Joe were life long buddies. Now in their nineties, Moe was visiting Joe for what he knew would be the last time. He asked his friend to help him with a question that had long bothered him.
"Joe, when you get to heaven, will you find out if they play cricket? You know we often played cricket together throughout our long lives. Will you find out and try to tell me the answer?"
Joe promised his friend Moe that he would try to find a way to tell him the answer.
Sadly, Joe did indeed pass on to his great reward. Moe was lonely without his old friend. But he was surprised 3 nights later to hear someone calling his name:
" Moe! Mooooe!"
"Who's there?" Moe cried out.
"It's me, Joe."
"That's crazy! Joe's dead!" Moe exclaimed fearfully.
"That's right, I'm dead. But I found out about cricket. I have some good news and some bad news" Joe explained.
Moe was curious. "What's the good news?" he asked.
"Just as you hoped, we do have cricket in heaven!" Joe exclaimed gleefully.
"It's always spring, it never rains, everyone here plays, and all our friends from our childhood teams have already died and are up here playing everyday!" Joe continued.
"That's great!" said Moe. " I thought you said there was bad news?"
"Yeah.. there is." Joe said
"You're pitching on Thursday".

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Posted - 28 June 2007 :  6:39:19 PM  Show Profile  Visit The Gravedigger's Homepage  Send The Gravedigger a Yahoo! Message Send The Gravedigger a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Sticking to the subject of cricket here are a few more for you :-

An expectant father rang the hospital to see how his wife was getting on, but by mistake he dialled the number for Lord's Cricket Ground.

"How's it going?" he asked.

"Fine," came the answer, "We've got two out already and hope to have the rest out before lunch. The last one out was a duck.


The Devil challenged the Angels to a game of cricket.
"But that would hardly be fair" said the Angels "we've got all the cricketers,".
"Yes that's true" exclaimed The Devil with an evil grin "but we've got all the umpires!"


And here's one for Bob:-

In a country town match, the batsman was out first ball. 'Not as good as last week,' said the wicket-keeper.

'No,' said the batsman. 'Last week I stayed in and got forty and when I got back to the pavillion all the beer was gone!'

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