marko69 wrote: ↑
Thu Aug 16, 2018 6:53 am
Could you look for my buddy, Bobby Straw, the scarecrow please. He recently won the Nobel Prize because he was out standing in his field.
Oh, and I think I saw the farmer who owns that field and he was quite angry, complaining about milking cows all night long. Honestly Wolfie, udder nonsense he was talking.
Then he said something about organising a stable tennis competition for the horses...... he is one minute angry, next minute happy..,.,,, sounds bipolar. Yep, definitely sounds like that white bisexual bear at the wildlife centre.
Ok, there is a wildlife park worker here going mental asking people who gave her zebra a gobstopper. I think it’s my ball. What’s the ruling here?
Any joy finding Bobby Straw....... or your ball?
We have some good news and bad news mate.
Good news.. I found Bob.
Bad News,, he was in that field and had been attacked by those lions I accidently let loose
Good News.. He was with his best friend of many years Alfie Crow.
Bad News.. Bob passed away,
Good News, after 10 minutes his ghost came to Alfie and said, Alfie don't feel sad as I'm with all our old friends in heaven that has passed over the years and even better news we are playing cricket.
Bad News tho Alfie, get your pads on your down to bat number 8.
Anyway sorry to break that bad news,
was looking up the Golf Rules and on page 1,095 it clearly states.
if your ball is eating by a horse with black and white pyjamas on you can.
1. lose 3 shots.
2. take the horse to the vets who will operate to remove the ball, but your next shot must be taken from the vets,
3. wait for nature to take its course and you lose no shots. and can take your shot from where it lands.
Hold up, why are you putting all those carrots on the green.
found my ball in the hyena enclosure, I know it was a terrible shot but there's no reason for all that laughter from them.
do you think a beer or two while we wait for you ball to appear,