Your mother is a hamster and your father smells of elderberries.
The world was wondering and debating, and we finally now have an answer (from one side, anyway).
According to Italian soccer player Marco Materazzi, the verbal exchange that prompted French soccer star Zinedine Zidane to head butt him during the World Cup was about...his sister.
"I did not provoke him, I responded verbally to a provocation," Materazzi told the daily Gazzetta dello Sport on Tuesday.
"We both spoke and I wasn't the first. I held his shirt but don't you think it is a provocation to say that 'if you want my shirt I will give it you afterwards'?
"I replied to Zidane that I would prefer his sister, that is true. I brought up his sister and that wasn't a nice thing, that is true," said Materazzi.
"Thankfully there are tens of footballers who could confirm that much worse things are said on the field," added the Inter Milan defender.
Assuming this really is what was said, I still support the Italian, unlike some other contributors to this blog. I feel that "trash talking" is a part of any game, and to respond with violence is the worse action. It's the same in the NBA. Or the NFL. A certain amount of "colorful" insults and barbs are expected in this day and age, and hardly any level of insult could dignify this type of response. Anyone care to disagree?