English Cricket: What David Lloyd Said, Really Meant and Definitely Did Not

Linus Fernandes@mktimeforsportsAnalyst IISeptember 17, 2011

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 03:  David Lloyd sets up a preview piece for Sky's coverage of tomorrow's third test between England and Pakistan at Headingly on August 3, 2006 in Leeds, England  (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
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David Lloyd Shaves No Corners

What he said:

“I took my dog for a clipping this morning. She flipping hates it even though it costs three times as much as my £8 cut at Mr Trimm’s.”

David Lloyd aka Bumble is flipper than ever taking his pet out for a trim.

What he really meant:

"I can walk the dog, talk the dog but chop her? Mighty expensive."

"A haircut (for her) is a flea in my bonnet."

"My bitch is high maintenance."

What he definitely didn’t :

“I think I’ll start cutting my hair myself.”

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