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post #271 of 1117

There are truly some gems here.   If we simply tracked the rate that these are piling up, who could probably forecast within a month or two the exact end of the English language as we know it.  

 

I must admit I keep checking back on this thread to see if any of my missives have made the list.   Whew, looks like I've made it through another day!


Edited by Clambake - 3/14/13 at 8:32pm
post #272 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Clambake View Post

There are truly some gems here.   If we simply tracked the rate that these are piling up, would could probably forecast within a month or two the exact end of the English language as we know it.  

I must admit I keep checking back on this thread to see if any of my missives have made the list.   Whew, looks like I've made it through another day!

Would could?

As in, how much wood would a woodchuck chuck...
post #273 of 1117

Bingo, you got me.   Ironic that during a grammar thread my too-fast typing delivered a perfect typo.  It was supposed to be "who could"!

post #274 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Clambake View Post

Bingo, you got me.   Ironic that during a grammar thread my too-fast typing delivered a perfect typo.  It was supposed to be "who could"!

Lol, my palms start to sweat when I post in here. Scary stuff lol.
post #275 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Uhhh, definitely not Clambake View Post

If we simply tracked the rate that these are piling up, would could probably forecast within a month or two the exact end of the English language as we know it.  

So guys, look at this moron... c5_banana.gif
post #276 of 1117

I clearly need to stay away from this thread....this is one where a person should look but not touch!

post #277 of 1117

I just make it a point to be secure in my grammarhood and roll with the punches, if need be a1_smile.gif

post #278 of 1117
Thread Starter 

Clambake, now THAT is irony - getting snared with a post stating how you just made through another day....NOT!!! Hey, I'm the architect of this thread, and I got snared. Yes this thread is not for the faint of heart. Enter only if you dare....

post #279 of 1117
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Originally Posted by TKGolfs View Post

So I'm sure your all working off the spring rust, especially if your like me and your in the midwest. When I was at my peak in my short golf career I was shaping my shot from a gentle cut off the tee to a suddle draw on both my driver and irons. For the first few rounds I'm playing my current shot shape just so I can navigate the course through a round. Being that our driving range doesn't open for another month, what can I do on the course to get that suddle draw back off the tee and for my irons? What swing thoughts should I be thinking to promote that draw insted of a weak cut. I find I have more distance eith a draw than a cut so I would like to go back to staring down those shots insted of watching my ugly cut/slice.

I'm not sure what of mine is supposed to be in the Midwest....

I know how to hit a push draw and have been known to pull a draw.......but that suddle draw is a real challenge.
post #280 of 1117
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post


I'm not sure what of mine is supposed to be in the Midwest....
 

 

Maybe it's just me but I notice that more and more people are using "your" when they mean "you're", it's frankly embarrassing.

post #281 of 1117

If your loosing distance, they're is an answer.

post #282 of 1117

I can't help but come in here to view every new post just to make sure I'm in the clear! Phew, live another day!

post #283 of 1117

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Originally Posted by RayG View Post

Oh carp, I JUST read an article somewhere about this kind of thing.
 
Something fishy about this one, snicker, snicker.
post #284 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

I can't help but come in here to view every new post just to make sure I'm in the clear! Phew, live another day!

You do know that you're (or the more modern 'your') living dangerously by just posting here EJ!

post #285 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

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Originally Posted by RayG View Post

Oh carp, I JUST read an article somewhere about this kind of thing.
 
Something fishy about this one, snicker, snicker.

 

I'd like to preemptively point out that I often say and type "oh carp" on purpose because I like the way it sounds.  If/when I do it, it's not an error a1_smile.gif

post #286 of 1117
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

I'd like to preemptively point out that I often say and type "oh carp" on purpose because I like the way it sounds.  If/when I do it, it's not an error a1_smile.gif

So do I.  When I read that I chuckled assuming he was like me. :)  Of course, the origin of it, for me, is from a co-workers email a long time ago where he spelled it wrong on accident.  Since then, we all just say it that way here for fun.

post #287 of 1117
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Originally Posted by VegasRenegade View Post

This is what i know as a punisher. Since if you do it wrong it will hit you in the rib. Most people stick and old shaft or plain stick in the put in of a club. It really is helping me get the proper fell.  One problem is that  you have to start with the lab pre-set before your back swing

 
post #288 of 1117

Well that's just all kindsa fail.  I wonder what the word "lab" is supposed to be?  I can't make sense of that part.  Lag?

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