What did they wear in the 1800s for cricket?

Answer The cricket uniform worn in the 1800s consisted of long white pants and a long-sleeved white shirt, white knee socks and white boots. The pants were traditionally made of flannel. A pullover, cable... Read More »

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Will a cricket eat a dead cricket?

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What would yo do if you had 3 bedwetting accidents and your aunt made you wear a baby's diaper to bed last night and said you were going to wear one again tonight I dont want to wear the diapers?

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