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Originally Posted by Fireblade


Originally Posted by Spyder

Show me Kate Upton in a tight little golf outfit and swinging some clubs and I'll give you 30 minutes of my absolute, undivided attention.

I'm more of a Kelly Tilghman man, sadly we never see her in a tight little outfit. AND that is where I am leaving this discussion ;)

Um, I think she may play of the other team....

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Originally Posted by Rick Martin

Um, I think she may play of the other team....

Newsflash: Sexual preference seriously changes how attractive you appear to the "opposite, opposite" sex.

What happened to liking those things you can never have? I'm out...

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