What an Aussie and Pakistani have in common

Hello and good morning, it’s me your Bearded Captain, leader of all beards and flag bearer of all beards on digital and digital broadcasting media. I am that Beard who tries to make people laugh and I am that Beard who tries to make people smile.

I pray you’re well, looking after yourselves and your Beards! Your Captain is here to talk about an important issue in the life of The Bearded Captain. Brothers, we need to talk. It’s about Pakistani’s and the similarities they have to Australian’s. 

You might be thinking he’s lost it, but bare with me there’s a method to the proverbial madness.  My soldiers both were ruled by England, yeah that’s partly why Aussies call the English ‘Poms’ (Prisoners of the Monarch). 

In Pakistan’s case that invokes memories of the early 20th century. People of both countries, although might want to erase this from memory, history will remind us all this did happen. 

The other similarity is that both when speaking English, naturally speak with an accent. That’s an obvious one, I know I am pushing it a bit, but what about the love of moustaches? For the cricket lovers amongst you, Dennis Lillee and a lot of the Pakistan 1992 cricket team for example?

  Talking of cricket, both countries are united in their love of cricket. I argue that both countries are more known for their cricket teams rather than their football teams. Maybe there is some more, but these are the main similarities that I see with an Aussie and a Pakistani. 

1.Both love moustaches

2.Both have a link to the UK, due to history

3. Both are quite family orientated people

4. Have unique accents

5. The same as the other 4, hehe. 

It’s over and out from The Bearded Captain. 


Published by ayyazmalik

Hi guys thanks for having a look at my blog :) . Just to state the obvious my name is Ayyaz Malik. I love writing articles, it's been a passion since I have been a 'wee nipper'. To share a little bit about myself I am training to be a cricket umpire (yay!) and I work for the Asian Sunday :) which is a up and coming paper in Bradford. ayyazmalik.com is my way of sharing with you my view on sports world and world in general.

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