2017 CORE Legacy
Will the Groundskeeper's Deep Thoughts
Date: May 9, 1992
This article was taken from May 9, 1992 edition of The Rugby Sideline, a quarterly newsletter that was distributed by mail to the local rugby community by the KRFC Executive quarterly in 1992/93.
These 'Deep Thoughts' have been compiled by Will the Groundskeeper, a Welsh fieldsman who had some time on his hands after they purchased the ride-'em lawnmower. They are provided primarily for rugby wingers to ponder as they sit out there waiting for the forwards to get them the ball. Props are entitled to read these thoughts, but may need some assistance from their flanker in order to get the most out of their pondering.
"Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana."
"Why do they say, "A penny for your thoughts" yet they also say, "You have to put your two cents worth in." Somebody out there is making a penny."
"If your parents didn't have any children, then it's likely that you won't have any either."
"The more you run over a dead cat, the flatter it gets."
"When a cow laughs, does milk come out its nose?"
"Is it cannibalism for a politician to eat a turkey?"
"If you want to wake up every morning with a smile on your face, go to bed with a coat hanger in your mouth."
"When Queen Elizabeth tries to make a decision, does she pull out a coin and think, "Hmmmmm....me or tails?"
"All things being equal, a fat person uses more soap than a thin person."
"Why is easy listening music so hard to listen to?"