Tuesday, November 30, 2010

10 reasons why eating in a buffet is similar to playing cricket

Yes. A pretty vague comparison. But if you look at it in-depth, you will realize that going for a team buffet is very similar to playing a cricket match. And here’s why…

In cricket...

In a buffet…

1

The team-split between batsmen, bowlers and all-rounders

The split is between grass-eating veggies and non-veggies who only eat something that walks, crawls, swims or flies on earth. The fence-sitters are the ones who hog on both well enough.

2

The Abdomen Guard

Your guard is a paper towel – used around the same area to ensure that you are not mistaken for having an awry bathroom break

3

Taking stance to observe the field

Doing a quick survey of what food is present in the buffet so you can plan accordingly

4

The cautious opening to not lose your wicket

Ensuring you don’t eat only the starters and fill your stomach

5

Running the quick singles but saving energy with boundaries

Taking quick trips to take any good item twice but stocking up on two big plates so you don’t have to leave your seat often

6

Placing in the gaps for maximum benefit

Ensuring the correct distribution of food in the stomach so it can take in more

7

The bonus free hit

The complimentary mock-tail that is thrown in sometimes

8

The slog overs before the innings-end

The dessert round where you go for the kill because the buffet is going to end

9

The commentators. And the general public

The been-there-done-that folks who have already visited the restaurant passing expert comments on the food! And those ala-carte folks who are sitting around you passing comments on your eating capacity.

10

The umpire who finally gives you out

The waiter who gives you the bad news in the form of the bill


Any more similarities, please ensure you update them in the comments section...

3 comments:

Zephyr said...

What a great comparison. Came here out of curiosity, but enjoyed the post :)

Shri Ram Ayyangar said...

What about stampede?

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