Andrew Strauss is going to GET THE JOB DONE

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Ceci believes that Andrew Strauss will “bring an air of orderly tweediness” to the England team.

We’re of the belief that smoking a pipe is the most distinguished, gentlemanly act there is and Ceci has provided us with this just that Strauss-based reassurance:

Pipes say: 'Don't worry. I'm going to GET THE JOB DONE'.

Look at that pipe. It says: ‘Enough of this nonsense. I’m here to GET THE JOB DONE.’


Mike Gatting wasn't receiving the King Cricket email when he dropped that ludicrously easy chance against India in 1993.


Why risk it when it's so easy to sign up?


  1. Thank the lord for that.

    The public school quota was starting to get dangerously low.

    We seemed to have a lot of uncouth northerners and bally foreigners in the side.

    Here’s to Lord Tweedy Brockett-Strauss.

    A true gentleman cricketer.

  2. Fine piece of work Ceci!

    How does Strauss propose to get round the smoking ban ? At the Oval there’s a “no smoking” sticker on every single seat. We did wonder whether the sticker company had said “yes, you definitely need one on every seat. Definitely. Without a doubt. No, alternate seats won’t do”.

  3. I sincerely hope that the return of Lord Tweedy Brockett-Strauss will inject a little backbone and moral fibre into the highlighted, moisturised, ghd-wielding team. Tweed boxes all round, say I!

    Tally ho.

  4. There may be a “no smoking” sticker on every seat, but is there one at the batting crease? On middle stump? Out on the turf af 3rd man?

    I think not.

  5. No Smoking sticker makers, must have had a great 2007.

    The building that I work in, has been no smoking for 10 years, and no one smoked in the building for that whole time.

    Yet as soon as the smoking ban came in, they introduced hundreds of No Smoking signs, to a building that no-one smokes in, and never has!

    Genius marketing./

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