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Dec 1, 2010

The Ashes: Crikey's cut-out-and-keep guide to maintain the rage against England

Maintain the rage Australians. It's probably the only thing we have left...

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Well it’s not really a guide.

More an inspirational, nay motivational, poster to put up on your wall in your office or bedroom.

The English have the psychological edge over us Australians at the moment. It’s not right. Look at this collection of double page spreads in some of the English papers yesterday.

They are mocking us. Mocking us with their Englishness and ability to bat and bowl and field better than us.

Where are their sleeve tattoos? Where? Nowhere. That’s where.

Maintain the rage Australians. Refuse to go and see the latest Harry Potter movie with your children. Don’t support their economy. Fight the good fight. It’s probably the only thing we have left…

(click on the image to download the PDF)

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2 thoughts on “The Ashes: Crikey’s cut-out-and-keep guide to maintain the rage against England

  1. Paul Ferraro

    “Cook’s simple recipe makes Aussies stew”?

    Even their sub-editors have the momentum…

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