King Cricket wields a staggering degree of influence

We’ve an announcement to make.

Remember how we got unjustifiably worked up about the shape of the K in the middle of the new logo for The Cricketer? Well, we’ve just had word from their offices and it seems that they’ve been moved to carry out AN OFFICIAL REVIEW.

That’s right, King Cricket words CAN lead to action.

We have the power to make people carefully consider the shape of letters they use in the middle of words, provided lots of other people independently take issue with the exact same letter and also voice their displeasure.

What influence. This is how Martin Luther King must have felt.

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19 Appeals

  1. Um, I know you’ll be getting all sorts of requests now that you are a man of influence, but can I just slip mine in first, as it were? Can you stop the royal wedding happening on Friday? I’m a bit bored with it, and I suspect it will divert the nation’s attention away from the final day of the Lancs match at Hove.

    • King Cricket

      April 26, 2011 at 3:28 pm

      Why would they schedule a wedding for the same day as a County Championship match? Do the bride and groom want to be upstaged or something?

      The royal wedding won’t happen here at this website, Bert. Just hang out here all day.

  2. I think that K looks oKay.

    I think you are a bit weirdly obsessed with it.

    Let it go kC, let it go…

  3. King Cricket

    April 26, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    At least those Ks in your comment are full letters, not maimed versions like the one at The Cricketer.

  4. Oxford Dictionary. Bethwart. Wield influence.

    • King Cricket

      April 26, 2011 at 3:39 pm

      Actually, if we could get a word into the dictionary, we really would be proud.

      At least we assume we would. We’re not really au fait with the concept of pride, so we can’t be certain.

  5. Bert – your black box scares me. It always has done.

  6. If only you could use your staggering degree of influence to influence the design of your own website.

  7. The angles on the crown above the K at the start of ‘King’ on this website are having a similar affect on me (it should be much narrower, those are almost 40 degrees!), but I have chosen the British option of never saying anything about it but SEETHING in private.

    Until now, obviously.

  8. King Cricket

    April 26, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    We did try a steeper angle, but it didn’t work unless the crown was MASSIVE and then it looked shit anyway.

    We don’t like it when other people criticise us. We like being the criticiser, not the criticisee.

  9. You could always try something a bit fancier like this.

    • King Cricket

      April 26, 2011 at 9:29 pm

      We tried some like that too. They were too intricate. They don’t fit the typeface. We wanted a crown that seemed cut from the same cloth.

      We wanted something very, very simple. The crown that you see is basically just three overlapping triangles.

      We know some people hate it, but we spent a really, really long time working this out and the crown you see is what we were most happy with.

  10. Don’t listen to them, KC. Your site looks fine.

    And your K has never been compromised, unlike other sites we could mention.

  11. Oh it’s a CROWN above your name! I thought it was a jester’s hat O King and that seemed v v v appropriate

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