Jimmy Neesham Involved in Yet Another Twitter Banter With Indian fans

Jimmy Neesham made a fun tweet which as usual attracted some interesting conversations on the social media. He was questioned by some fans as well to which he had a fitting reply to share.

Neesham Involved in Yet Another Twitter Banter

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Jimmy Neesham and KL Rahul were involved in a light banter during the final ODI on Tuesday When Jimmy came into the way of the KL Rahul as he was trying to take single off the bowler’s delivery. The fun-loving Jimmy then after the match posted a still image of the same situation where their gestures hinted to the famous paper, scissors game. He wrote, “Paper, scissors, rock?”.

This tweet went viral and even KL Rahul meanwhile replied back to the tweet saying he would like to settle the deal in the upcoming IPL 2020 starting on March 29. “Let’s settle this in April.”

What followed next

These exchanges most certainly attracted a lot of fans. The fans started reacting on these tweets and some of them pointed out towards the ‘wrong name’ of the game posted by Jimmy Neesham. They moreover went on to suggest him the right names of this famous game. Jimmy Neesham is already famous for his tweets among fans and his early exchanges prove how he never misses any tweets as well.
After a while back the man once again took to his official account to answer the fans.

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He explained that different cultures may be the reasons of the different names of a similar kind of game. He suggested that this should not be treated as a big deal and then obviously ended his tweet in his own style of twist.
“A lot of people tweeting me saying I got the saying “paper, scissors, rock” wrong. Two points: Firstly, cultures differ widely, so sayings are likely to have subtle differences based on what region you grew up in. It’s not a big deal. Secondly, you’re all wrong you idiots”.

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Jimmy Neesham made a fun tweet which as usual attracted some interesting conversations on the social media. He was questioned by some fans as well to which he had a fitting reply to share.

Neesham Involved in Yet Another Twitter Banter

Jimmy Neesham and KL Rahul were involved in a light banter during the final ODI on Tuesday When Jimmy came into the way of the KL Rahul as he was trying to take single off the bowler’s delivery. The fun-loving Jimmy then after the match posted a still image of the same situation where their gestures hinted to the famous paper, scissors game. He wrote, “Paper, scissors, rock?”. This tweet went viral and even KL Rahul meanwhile replied back to the tweet saying he would like to settle the deal in the upcoming IPL 2020 starting on March 29. "Let’s settle this in April."

What followed next

These exchanges most certainly attracted a lot of fans. The fans started reacting on these tweets and some of them pointed out towards the ‘wrong name’ of the game posted by Jimmy Neesham. They moreover went on to suggest him the right names of this famous game. Jimmy Neesham is already famous for his tweets among fans and his early exchanges prove how he never misses any tweets as well. After a while back the man once again took to his official account to answer the fans. https://twitter.com/JimmyNeesh/status/1227205208200974337 He explained that different cultures may be the reasons of the different names of a similar kind of game. He suggested that this should not be treated as a big deal and then obviously ended his tweet in his own style of twist. “A lot of people tweeting me saying I got the saying “paper, scissors, rock” wrong. Two points: Firstly, cultures differ widely, so sayings are likely to have subtle differences based on what region you grew up in. It’s not a big deal. Secondly, you’re all wrong you idiots”. https://twitter.com/JimmyNeesh/status/1227506336071483392
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