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The fowl means Watson adopted to do well in the IPL

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Shane Watson may have had the combs of roosters inserted into his soft tissues when he went to see German animal molester and miracle man, Dr Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wolfforth, for treatment last year.
 
What could have been a senseless waste of rooster, has turned into a a very good use of rooster.

A rooster comb is the comb in domestic fowl, a naked, fleshy crest on the top of the heads of both adult male and female birds, is more developed in the male. The structure of the comb can be quite variable, ranging from a simple, single, erect or drooping, serrated appearance to more elaborate forms, depending on the variety of the domestic fowl.

Interesting, I’m sure you’ll agree.

When this was first reported, it was thought that cows blood was going to be inserted into Shane Watson's seemingly muscular, but really dodgy, hamstrings.

Now we find out it may have been rooster combs.

Or both.

There is a possibility that Shane Watson, 5 times jelly bean cricketer of the year (before Freddy took the title), could be part cow and part chicken.

A fowl bovine perhaps.

The once in a generation all rounder, with the once-a-game hamstrings, is currently the best performed player in the IPL.

At a 125,000 clams he is unbelievable value for money.

You can't blame the other sides for not picking him.

They went on his human traits.

No one knew that he now had the calm of a cow, and the productivity of a rooster.

Those attributes changed him from the prodding useless mess of a man he has been for quite some time (World Cup notwithstanding), to the IPL destroying fowl bovine he is right now.

Animal juice is the way of the future and there are other players that could benefit from an injection.

Shoaib Ahktar – Clydesdale semen

Jesse Ryder – German Shepherd saliva

Misbah Ul Haq – Peacock feathers

Ricky Ponting – (more) Badger Hair

Graeme Smith – Owl pee

The list is seemingly endless, yet here it ends.

(Jarrod Kimber can also be found at www.cricketwithballs.com. Click here to know more about him) 



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