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20 definitions by umpirestrikesback

 
1.
A term that aludes to a situation in which a person is in trouble. Comes from cricket where on uncovered wickets after a short rainfall a pitch could dry into a 'sticky' which could make it extremely difficult to play on as the ball would be going anywhere. Not anything to do with sex R.munkey. Where the fuck you from?
Its a bit of a sticky wicket, my girlfriend and my wife just met up at the pregnancy clinic...
by umpirestrikesback April 01, 2005
 
2.
Sledging or "Mental Disintergration" as it is also known is the tactic of talking to players on the opposition side (particularily batsmen, as taking on a whole team in the field is never a good idea) with the objective of destroying either their concentration or their confidence/self esteem. Sledging is practised in a large way by the Australian Cricket Team, but most International teams partake in sledging. Sledging can be merely an opposition player talking constantly to the batsman, but has mostly become known as players swearing and questioning their lineage.
Glenn McGrath to Eddie Brandes
GM: "Oi Brandes why are you so fat?"
EB: "Because everytime I shag your wife she gives me a biscuit"

Andrew Flintoff to Tino Best (after Best had attempted a slog sweep towards the pavilion)
AF: "Mind those windows Tino"

Rod Marsh to Ian Botham
RM: "So how's your wife and my kids?"
by umpirestrikesback May 16, 2005
 
3.
Like the Batmobile, but adhearing to the speed limits
Bless this drive by, and I will take fries with that
by umpirestrikesback June 22, 2005
 
4.
In cricket a Jaffa is a delvery that is unplayable.
See any Steve Harmison yorker for details
by umpirestrikesback June 17, 2005
 
5.
In cricket a Yorker is a ball that pitches at the batsmans feet. This is the most difficult ball to defend against. Joel Garner had an immense yorker and Waqar Younis and Wasin Akram used the principle of Reverse Swing to make their yorkers almost impossible to play.
Commentator: Got Him! He's gone, amazing yorker which beat the batsman all ends up and knocked his middle stump out of the ground!
by umpirestrikesback July 20, 2005
 
6.
In cricket, to get out for two golden ducks in the two innings of one match, as opposed to a pair which is two ducks in the two innings. Can only occur in Five, Four or Three day matches in which both teams bat twice
Ever been dismissed for a King Pair?
by umpirestrikesback June 20, 2005
 
7.
A bowler in cricket who is bowling deliveries that are easy to hit for runs. So named because in a buffet, you can take what you want in large amounts.
Batsman: "...so the other team brings on a buffet bowler so I smacked him for six sixes."
by umpirestrikesback February 23, 2005