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post #73 of 165

The guy who talks when you're trying to tee off or putt is the worst. I have two friends notorious for this...and I just give them the death stare like c'mon wtf man. Haha.

post #74 of 165

I have nothing else to add, except that the picture on the front page for this thread is both fitting and hilarious.

post #75 of 165
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Originally Posted by AmazingWhacker View Post
 

I'm none of those guys but it was a funny video... One of my regular golf buddies is "Forgot To Go Pee Before Teeing Off Guy" - he always has to make a run back to the clubhouse within the first 4-5 holes...  Golf is a great game.

What? No trees on your golf course?  I know many golfers who leave their DNA on a golf course's flora and fauna.  In fact, urine seems to be good for the environment.  Sweden has tested a full scale urine ‘recycling’ program. Among their findings they have discovered that urine is a complete fertilizer for farm use, lowers the environmental impact of waste water, improves recirculation of the 3 main nutrients, and that the hygienic risks are negligible if handled properly.

post #76 of 165
I'm the guy that magically finds all his golf balls... Have yet to buy a golf ball for myself, the ones I use, I found, and I rarely lose one.
post #77 of 165

Yes gentlemen good video. Which illustrates so well why we in the home off Golf think the Yanks are Muppets.

 

Enjoy youer golf.

post #78 of 165
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Originally Posted by Lookingfortruth View Post
 

Yes gentlemen good video. Which illustrates so well why we in the home off Golf think the Yanks are Muppets.

 

Enjoy youer golf.

 

Those aren't American stereotypes.

post #79 of 165

I was the golf ball hunter last night, but only because I was playing by myself and had a lot of time to wait playing behind a couple in front of me. Was a good way to keep loose anyway instead of sitting around waiting for them every hole I'd just go for a quick walk in the woods next to the holes I was playing, probably found about 10 golf balls in 3 holes.

post #80 of 165
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post
 

 

Those aren't American stereotypes.

 

This is what American's think is the stereotype for folks in the "home" of golf.

 

post #81 of 165
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

 

This is what American's think is the stereotype for folks in the "home" of golf.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVHetJtuLuY

 

Hahaha

post #82 of 165
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Originally Posted by Lookingfortruth View Post
 

Yes gentlemen good video. Which illustrates so well why we in the home off Golf think the Yanks are Muppets.

 

Enjoy youer golf.

 

Hang yourself

post #83 of 165
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Originally Posted by kw purp View Post
 

 

Hang yourself

 

It's that serious, huh?

post #84 of 165
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Originally Posted by kw purp View Post
 

 

Hang yourself

 

 

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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post
 

 

It's that serious, huh?

 

Knickers officially knotted.

post #85 of 165
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It's that serious, huh?

 

Internets business level: Serious.

post #86 of 165

SLICE OF LIFE…While I was in the main just having a little joke… I’m afraid in this country that’s how many of us see you…Look at the Americans in the crowd at the Ryder Cup etc.

 

BOOGIELICIOUS….Yes! That’s just what we’re like well me anyway. That’s why we hold the Ryder Cup and The Slohiem Cup.. Good eh!

 

KWPURP: That’s another wonderfully stereotypical American response to something designed to get a reaction.. When you going to war again? . Question!! what’s the highest. Your IQ or your Handicap. The jury is still out here.

 

Me thinks BPLEWIS & ERNEST have seen the light. Have a nice day..

 

Enjoy your golf.........God Bless America

post #87 of 165
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Question!! what’s the highest. Your IQ or your Handicap. The jury is still out here.

 

Way to insult someone's IQ with piss-poor grammar. Always cracks me up...

 

Enjoy your golf.

post #88 of 165

Lookingfortruth is right about one thing, I have never felt less welcome in an English speaking country than I did while visiting Scotland, and I have visited a few in my work life.  My American accent was like a "kick me" sign, I think. Still it was a beautiful country, despite the people I met there. I have gotten along quite well with Scottish people while working in the UK, though, but I am thinking it was because that was work.

post #89 of 165

A couple of points gentlemen.....

 

SOL… You did note what one of your nice countrymen wrote in response to a tongue in cheek posting that others saw for what it was….Hang yourself …"" Your telling me that's the comment of a sane man? "" …Question mark in the right place for you.. It's always a good ploy to move away from the subject matter of a posting when you haven’t got a reasoned intelligent response. Also your logo thing… I thing that sums up your IQ nicely. Not to mention your inability to express yourself without the use of vulgarity.. Suggest you clean up your own act before criticising others.

 

Moppy… Ever thought to ask yourself. If everyone dislikes me it might just be how I behaving or how I come across... I don’t believe for one minute the Scottish people give Americans or anyone else a hard time..( unless there’s a reason ).. I get plenty of Americans on my Championship Links Course and we are always welcoming. They are very friendly themselves…. So if there is a problem it’s you not us.. Basically I’m calling you a lier.

 

 

F.Y.I. I hope to visit America some day...Not the act of a Scotsman who dislikes Americans.

 

Enjoy your golf.

post #90 of 165
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Originally Posted by Lookingfortruth View Post
 

A couple of points gentlemen.....

 

SOL… You did note what one of your nice countrymen wrote in response to a tongue in cheek posting that others saw for what it was….Hang yourself …"" Your telling me that's the comment of a sane man? "" …Question mark in the right place for you.. It's always a good ploy to move away from the subject matter of a posting when you haven’t got a reasoned intelligent response. Also your logo thing… I thing that sums up your IQ nicely. Not to mention your inability to express yourself without the use of vulgarity.. Suggest you clean up your own act before criticising others.

 

Moppy… Ever thought to ask yourself. If everyone dislikes me it might just be how I behaving or how I come across... I don’t believe for one minute the Scottish people give Americans or anyone else a hard time..( unless there’s a reason ).. I get plenty of Americans on my Championship Links Course and we are always welcoming. They are very friendly themselves…. So if there is a problem it’s you not us.. Basically I’m calling you a lier.

 

 

F.Y.I. I hope to visit America some day...Not the act of a Scotsman who dislikes Americans.

 

Enjoy your golf.

 

Why do we have to get off topic?  I don't think anyone else in here wants to discuss this kind of thing in a thread about a funny golf stereotypes video.

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