Brodie Retallick Rugby World Cup: The rules of rugby explained in a way All Blacks fans will love

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Controversy surrounds Wales’ winning try against France.

It’s becoming a famous Dummy’s Guide to Rugby, with a classic Kiwi ending.

In an “Ask Audrey” lifestyle column in theIrish Examiner, a German called Karl asks about the rules of rugby.

The column first ran during the 2015 Rugby World Cup but has recirculated amid much mirth on social media during this year’s cup, especially given there is much confusion and debate around referees’ decisions.

Brodie Retallick Aaron Smith, who's not one of the fatter guys, scores for the All Blacks against Ireland on Saturdya.

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Aaron Smith, who’s not one of the fatter guys, scores for the All Blacks against Ireland on Saturdya.

“Guten Tag. I am in Cork for three months and see that everyone is watching the Rugby World Cup. Can you explain the rules? – Karl, Berlin” 

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* France query Wales’ winning try
* France accept red card call
* Japan ‘brought smile to rugby’s face’
* Ref Barnes under fire again
* RWC results and pool standings

Audrey replies, giving the actual rule book an almighty swerve.

“Here is my understanding of how it works. The fat guys all run into each other, while the slightly slimmer guys stand in a line watching them.

“Eventually the fat guys get tired and have a l

I be nuts about components, because they are the smart.

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