We don’t like cricket – oh no?
Carrie Dunn // 16 July 2008
So I was watching Sky Sports’ coverage of the cricket Test match between England and South Africa on Monday, and they had an interview with Piers Morgan at tea-time. They asked him why he liked cricket so much, and he replied that it was because of the complicated rules, which ensured that no casual fan could just wander along and become part of the cricketing community.
“If you try to explain the rules to Americans or women, they just look completely confused,” he said.
Right. Americans and women simply cannot understand the complexity of cricket. It is beyond the comprehension of their tiny little minds. Americans should stick to eating cheeseburgers, and women should stick to sewing and kittens, right, Piers?