Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Comic: 6 Reasons Why World Cups Are Both Great and Horrible

At last, I managed to finish a first comic.

Read, enjoy, give feedback and spread the love friends.


First, Why They're Awesome:

1. World Cups mean 24 hours of cricket and popcorn.

World Cups mean no more having to watch stinky movies on HBO. World Cups mean something cricket-related will always be on the television and your cricket addicted guts will devour it all until the Yeti will break into your house and take you to some snowy mountains to be devoured along with pasta.




2. During World Cups People Talk more About Cricket Than Paris Hilton and Politics

World Cups are big and exciting, so basically everyone thinks it's cool to start talking about cricket. Hearing so many people talk about cricket the reminds you how cool and awesome cricket is and that it is destined for world domination.






3. Associate Chickens* Get A Chance to Kick Down the Bigger Bullies
The Associate Cricket Nations normally live in a world where they play chicken vs chicken matches. Not in World Cups. In World Cups they enter the coliseum with a mad bison. They usually get trampled over like a handicapped bug, but sometimes emerge as victorious, and the sight of them making necklaces out of the slain monster's intestines is incredible.

*associate chickens are the brave associate cricketing nations as explained in this post.


And now we come to the part which explains why World Cups suck.

4. Associate Chickens Get Slaughtered And Crushed And Mutilated

And this happens more than point 3 with the stronger countries shamelessly behaving like psychopathic dinosaurs who haven't eaten for days.




5. The Advertisements, the Advertisements with Cricketers and Ravi Shastri

This could probably be applied to any big sporting tournament, but the 100 times-in-a-day repetition of some 10 ads and Ravi Shastri bellowing his eternally preserved favourite phrases makes one so mentally deranged and hungry for living a life under a dark cloak of obscurity at the end that it needs to be mentioned.







6. Dealing with having your team kicked out of the tournament

Life starts feeling like one gigantic ball of slime. You'd better be born a rhinosaur millions of years ago or be dead. Especially when you exist with the knowledge that there are people around who can still be drugged with the reveries of their team winning the final.



                                                                  

                                                                          The End.

14 comments:

Shridhar Jaju said...

When I read the title, I knew Ravi Shastri would figure somewhere. :)

Excellent work! Loved it...

Wes ~PFCNFS~ Blog said...

Hahahahahaha! This is brilliant. And cute. And brilliant. And cute. So cute.

Leela said...

Great!

Rishabh said...

I love these :P

Mudassar said...

Sunny you are a cute bunny :)

tracerbullet007 said...

Hey, don't slag the Shastri...after all, he made tracer bullets famous!
BTW, awesome comics...ever thought of going professional? :)

sunny said...

Thank you all for the comments, folks. I was personally not too satisfied with it, thought the cartoons were okay but the written work not good enough. Anyhow, talking of cliches and Shastri 'practice makes perfect'. :)

And tracer, I wouldn't have slagged Shastri had he made something nice famous, like say, daisies. People kill with bullets so maybe we can sue him after all. *yes!*
Professional? Not really, I do them more as a part of my hobby. Getting professional sometimes brings the risk of killing the joy in doing things. ;)

sunny said...

Btw, that little rhyme there reminded me something of what a friend used to say about me, Mudassar.
'Sunny is so funny and her nose is always runny.' (and the latter I of course choose to deny).

tracerbullet007 said...

right, I can imagine Shastri saying, 'that delivery was as beautiful as a daisy'....

live cricket streaming said...

hehehe lovely.. if cricket things are written with such humour they are an icing on the cake.. thanks for sharing

live cricket online said...

world cups rock and specially the last one which was clinched by India

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lovely comics in between!

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