Toe Knee Unplugged
Saturday, March 31, 2007
Just an SMS going around
The BCCI (Board of Control of Cricket for India) has refused Richard Branson's (of Virgin Airlines fame) offer to sponsor the Indian cricket team. Why?
We can't have VIRGIN written on our shirts, when we're getting f****d in every match
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