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Twitter Thread: Dad's Crickets Delivery Erupts Into Disaster

At least the cats got to have a magical day playing with all of those crickets. That being said, this dad learned a valuable lesson in not making assumptions about cricket deliveries. As one can imagine, when those little critters break free, it is very hard to round them back up again. 

A Twitter thread about a dad's disastrous crickets delivery experience | Christopher Ingraham O @_cingraham So shipment crickets lizard arrived via FedEx today my first time ordering bulk crickets off internet, and naively assumed they would be like bag or some other contraption facilitate easy transfer another container. They were not.
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A Panicked Husband's FedEx Delivery Fail Results In A Wild Cricket Invasion

This Twitter thread is bursting with a wild amount of weird! Can you imagine the look of sheer panic that must've danced across this guy's face, when sh*t hit the fan, and the crickets were EVERYWHERE. 

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If the ball had landed outside the boundary without bouncing first, the batsman would have scored the maximum possible runs from a single shot - 6. If the fielder catches the ball, he's out. However, if the fielder catches the ball but then steps outside the boundary, the batsman scores 6 runs again. What you see here is the fielder attempt to catch the ball, but realise that he can't do that without stepping the boundary. His teammate has read the situation and is supporting him within the boundary. When the initial catcher pushes the ball to his teammate (while still in mid-air) the catch is made and the batsman is out.

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Anthony Richardson from the British comedy group The Exploding Heads decided to take on the job of baseball sports commentator for a bit. The problem? Brits don't play baseball... like, at all...