DAILY CATHOLIC WEDNESDAY June 16, 1999 vol. 10, no. 116
JUNE GEMS: FOOD FOR THOUGHT APPETEASERS
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With summer upon us it's a golfers paradise and so we bring some good natured fun about golfing and the aficionado weekend golfers known as duffers. The first was sent by LG via e-mail and is called Murphy's Law of Golf. If you like playing the links, you'll love these for you should relate. The second set titled A Duffer's IQ reveals that some weekend hackers (and we don't mean the computer types) haven't got a clue when they're on the links. Surely you've met some of these types while waiting patiently to play through. Enjoy and go for the birdies! Fore!
MURPHY'S LAWS OF GOLF
LAW 1: No matter how bad your last shot was, the worst is yet to come.
This law does not expire on the 18th hole, since it has the
supernatural tendency to extend over the course of a tournament,
a summer and, eventually, a lifetime.
A DUFFER'S IQ
Why doesn't a duffer like making Kool-Aid?
Give him a bag of M&M's and tell him to alphabetize them.
He can't get the bottle in the typewriter.
Four duffers at a Four-way stop waiting for the other to play through!
A whine cellar!
It took him a month to realize he could play it at night.
They think someone is taking their picture.
To see what was on the other side.
Tell him a joke on Wednesday.
Because it said 'concentrate'.
JUNE GEMS REFLECT FOOD FOR THOUGHT APPETEASERS