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Golf wife?  

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  1. 1. Assume you're able to "Weird Science" your significant other and can choose only one of the following traits- which are you going with?

    • She loves golf and plays with you frequently, but she despises your favorite sport (other than golf)
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    • She loves your favorite sport (other than golf) but despises all things golf
      2
    • I plead the fifth due to fear of my wife
      12


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My wife and I play golf together often. She also plays with the other ladies at the club. She also watches football, hockey, and golf on TV with or without me. About to be married for 24 years. Not sure which way to go on the vote. I married a golfing buddy...it really doesn't get any better. 

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4 minutes ago, Bucki1968 said:

My wife and I play golf together often. She also plays with the other ladies at the club. She also watches football, hockey, and golf on TV with or without me. About to be married for 24 years. Not sure which way to go on the vote. I married a golfing buddy...it really doesn't get any better. 

You found a unicorn!

 

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My wife is not interested in golf, or really any other sports. She's so out of tune with sports in general that when the Golden State Warriors (our local NBA team) started lighting up the league back in 2015, she didn't even realize they were playing in The Finals. The level at which she can tune out any sports related information is impressive frankly.

I'm fine with her lack of interest in golf. Since she doesn't play, I don't have to figure out childcare when I go to play. Our kids are too young to be home alone, so if we both played, it would cause some logistics issues.

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By “b” you mean that she’ll enthusiastically watch football instead of wanting to go shopping or drag me to yet another farmers market, but insists that I play golf with my golf buddies, rather than joining other couples in the hack fest that defines the weekly 9-hole couples league?

Is this a trick question?  

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