Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Name That Bum #3: Answer

We have a winner to the latest Name That Bum. It was, of course, Virender Sehwag.

Congratulations to random commenter, Silver, who worked out the answer very quickly. As always, I compose a poem in your honour:

There once was a young blogger called Silver,

Maybe it's Aravinda De Silva?

Perhaps from Sri Lanka?

Or a merchant banker?

To be honest, I've never heard of ya,

Tun in next week to see if you can...NAME THAT BUM.

11 comments:

miriam said...

Well done Silver.

Who new Sehwag was so ... pert.

The Atheist said...

Yeah. I was suprised too. I originally selected him because I thought he would be rather voluptuous.

This feature is a bringer of truth.

Anonymous said...

sorry - wrong blog

David Barry said...

Candidate for comment of the year from Anonymous there.

The Atheist said...

Yes. It's very cryptic, that.

I wonder what s/he could have meant?

Who's in the wrong? Me or them? What's exactly is wrong? WHAT ARE THEY TRYING TO TELL ME?

Anonymous said...

As i said - apologies. No need to rub it in ...

miriam said...

Anonymous, you're my new favourite commenter.

The Atheist said...

The plot thickens...

What can all this be about? Are you some kind of spy? Maybe a secret admirer?

I get a lot of those, you see.

Anonymous said...

That last post wasn't me. Sorry.

The Atheist said...

This is spooky.

Silver said...

Thanks Atheist for both your innovative competition; that pays long deserved homage to the great cricketing arses, and for the poem; which incidentally completely missed the mark unless merchant banker was intended as rhyming slang, in which case you nailed me.

Sorry about using Silver as a name but my real name rhymes with a male appendage (not literally, my name is not Dale Dendridge, more like Anton Enus). I should have posted my name as it would have made a better poem but I was trying to save your blog from further descent into smut.

I look forward to your next bum. Can I suggest some historic arses from the eighties? They really had to reinforce some of those gussets.