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I was watching The Avengers last night and there was a brief part of a scene which showed a golf course in it. It made me think about which super hero I'd most like to golf with. I finally decided on Batman because the bat cart would be really cool to ride in. I googled it and it looks like someone has made one already, I don't see any place for bags though. So which super hero would you most like to golf with?

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Ronald Reagan

I already held David's opinion in high regard, but it went up a few notches more now.  Assuming Reagan wasn't available for some reason, I definitely wouldn't mind playing around with Wonder Woman either.

Oh, and with regard to the Bat Cart, wouldn't Batman carry his clubs in his handy-dandy utility belt?

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Assuming Reagan wasn't available for some reason, I definitely wouldn't mind playing around with Wonder Woman either .

So, Margaret Thatcher? :-)

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7 of 9, and Wonder Woman. Might as well make it a threesome. :dance:

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Mystique please....Viva la difference [URL=http://thesandtrap.com/content/type/61/id/101416/] [/URL]

This. Actually, can I just play with Jennifer Lawrence sans superpowers?

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This.

Actually, can I just play with Jennifer Lawrence sans superpowers?

Really?  A completely average looking flavor of the month actress?  Comon' man you can do better than that. :naughty::-D

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