Thursday, May 16, 2013

South Indian spelling dooms Sreesanth

After careful analysis, several twitter users have determined that it is the South Indian style of spelling Sreesanth's name that led to his doom. Avid Tweeter, and 91 year old, Harshad Joshi (@HJ91) tweeted this today:


Harshad, (pronounced as Harsh as in 'harsh', ad as in 'bad'), explained that this particular tendency afflicts all South Indians and makes them spot fixers by birth. When asked how spelling can cause character faults in an entire race of humans called 'South Indians', he replied:


He couldn't immediately explain why Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan also got caught in the same scandal, inspite of having normal, totally acceptable spellings for their names. And also blocked this correspondent from his Twitter for asking questions. But that's another story.

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