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M&P15T
12-04-2012, 14:01
One grown man asking another grown man if he has any balls. Then clarifying the answer by asking if his balls are good, or are they soft and bald.

You see, I only like to play with fresh, firm, extra-duty felt balls.

Asking and answering these types of questions really makes conversation difficult for us players.

http://www.golfsmith.com/images/235093.jpg

What awkward moments have you had recently?

M&P15T
12-04-2012, 14:24
The fact that someone added the tag "homo"? Priceless GT humor!!!:rofl::rofl:

686Owner
12-04-2012, 14:31
Walking in front of someone you don't really know on the stairs and having them say "I'm sorry, I kneed you in the butt."

Berto
12-04-2012, 14:44
The fact that someone added the tag "homo"? Priceless GT humor!!!:rofl::rofl:

:supergrin:



Golf is like tennis in that way.

Booker
12-04-2012, 15:37
My Brother at my neice's Dance class.

"I'd rather have a 12 year old than an 18 year old."

Deafening silence and the other mothers with their jaws on the floor.

Me, "He's talking about scotch, not your kids!"

raven11
12-04-2012, 15:40
My Brother at my neice's Dance class.

"I'd rather have a 12 year old than an 18 year old."

Deafening silence and the other mothers with their jaws on the floor.

Me, "He's talking about scotch, not your kids!"

:rofl::rofl: you owe me a new keyboard

Batesmotel
12-04-2012, 16:58
A German girl who had only been here a few months and was struggling with English slang asked me to photograph her new pet cat. She didn't use the most appropriate name for her kitty.

She told me the thought it was very cute and wanted to send a nice photo of her "kitty" back to her boyfriend.

Dennis in MA
12-04-2012, 17:28
Ttiwwop! Lol

texasglong
12-04-2012, 17:58
A German girl who had only been here a few months and was struggling with English slang asked me to photograph her new pet cat. She didn't use the most appropriate name for her kitty.

She told me the thought it was very cute and wanted to send a nice photo of her "kitty" back to her boyfriend.


Did you take the pictures in the "Cat House".

JAS104
12-04-2012, 18:01
My fiance's cousin in Italy commented on my fiance's kid brother's (just turned 17) facebook pic and i guess was using an online translator and said "oh my soon he will be a womanizer and kidnap women."

I died a little inside

Batesmotel
12-05-2012, 14:58
Did you take the pictures in the "Cat House".

She was one of my renters. I took the photos on the flower box outside her house. She was a young gal and after that she felt comfortable about asking me embarrassing questions. It's tough assimilating to a new culture.

WarEagle 1
12-05-2012, 15:35
http://i1049.photobucket.com/albums/s400/cane94/156751_346171932148187_2062411049_n.jpg

nursetim
12-05-2012, 16:47
http://i1049.photobucket.com/albums/s400/cane94/156751_346171932148187_2062411049_n.jpg

This would result in a mechanical torsion quick fast and in a hurry.

TK-421
12-05-2012, 17:00
My Brother at my neice's Dance class.

"I'd rather have a 12 year old than an 18 year old."

Deafening silence and the other mothers with their jaws on the floor.

Me, "He's talking about scotch, not your kids!"

You owe me a new keyboard too, I just spit out my dinner all over it I was laughing so hard. :rofl:

Jade Falcon
12-05-2012, 19:57
"I was once talking with a man, when I noticed a large beatle on his neck. I went to brush it away, only to realise it was a mole." -Jimmy Fallon ("Awkward Moments")