Monday, October 22, 2007


For those who didn't watch the game on Saturday, it was an epic encounter for the first 20 minutes. After being denied a try, the Boks weren't 'lus' to play any more. Jake White sent them all off to allow his game plan to come to fruition ('give the ball to Bryan Habana'). So Jake the boys decided to leave the game and start celebrating in the pub with a bunch of supporters, leaving Bryan behind to take care of things. He joined them a while later with the trophy. John Smit asks him, "So Bryan, what was the score?" Bryan tells him: "15-6."
John Smit is horrified: "Why did you allow them to score?"
"I was sin binned three times in the second half."

During the 2nd World War England made over 60 000 interceptions using what was then, fairly sophisticated radio technology. Bryan Habana averaged the same during this year's Rugby World Cup.

England's coach has asked for a crate of tampons to be sent ASAP. England are going through a horrible period right now.

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