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The title of the Tea towel is : "Cricket explained to a foreigner".
Wendy - do you know Cricket? Let me explain: From an old souvenir Tea towel I bought years ago: "Each man that's in the side that's in goes out and when he's out he comes in and the next man goes in until he's out. When they are all out the side that's out comes in and the side that's been in goes out and tries to get those coming in out."
Don't you feel enlightened???
Yes, PJ, that would be brilliant to show to Wendy!!
Yes, Wendy, it's so fine you're helping us understand baseball :)).
Mandy - you remember "Cricket explained to a foreigner"?? Wouldn't this be the perfect answer to Wendy?
Mandy, I think I told you that your answer was even worse than PJ's already! LOLOLOL
At least you both now know that the pitcher doesn't pitch from the dugout. hehehe
Yes, Mandy, there is a lot to learn on Jigidi - the possibilities are immense. And fun. And creative. And for all ages. Mandy - so glad you came to visit.
LOL - Wendy sent me the same quiz... and I did send the pitcher to the "dugout"!!! I should have done my research first... because now I know more about a game I knew absolutely nothing about (except it reminds me of the schoolgirl game of Rounders!!!!) Jigidi is such an educational "game" it should be compulsory in every household!!! - LOL
Ok Wendy - at least I did not send the pitcher to the 'dugout'.
So I made this fun little puzzle - of Wendy teaching me baseball techniques.
The result is a lot of laughter...
LOL! PJ. You should explain why you posted the title! OK, because PJ knows how to crochet and knows all the sewing terms there are to know, and all I know in the Sewing Book Dictionary, are the words "needle" and "thread," I played a little trick on her one day. I sent her an email with an image of a real baseball diamond and gave her a little quiz (a one question quiz).
I asked her where the pitcher stands. It was a multiple choice question which gave three different options none of which was the correct answer.
So she picked second base which is one of the three choices I gave her.
Obviously, for anyone who knows baseball (which I knew she wouldn't know much about), it was a funny quiz. And we had a laugh about it.
I think this is her way of getting back at me. LOL