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Mrs.Manbearpig

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  2. This one was great too! From yesterday at Modern Golf with Dean
  3. I like this one! Dan fell asleep on the couch
  4. I have a lot of friends using it and it has helped them off of smoking (not sure about chewing tobacco). Like anything it's about breaking a habit. Long term effects are unknown because they are still determining. Btw, up here in Vancouver the term "dippers" is pretty racist lmao (I know it wasn't used in that context but just an FYI) 😉
  5. Sounds like you need to re-train your brain. Try this:
  6. I don't know about the Duo personally but Dan says they feel like hitting marshmallows they are "super mushy". The Wilson Staff is the softest of the tour balls I've tried but nowhere close to these. As for feeling like the 3Up 2S14, the Lady Precepts give you slightly better feedback. If you have the 3Up 2S14 already I wouldn't rush out and buy some unless you really want them for the colour difference. Hope that helps! BTW: keep an eye out for our Nicklaus ball write up, was pleasantly surprised about the White Model.
  7. It's that time again guys! If you haven't done it yet (maybe waiting for that Hallowe'en hangover to wear off), go grab your razors and get a clean shaven face start to start raising awareness for Movember 2014. Our team goal is $2000 this year - but I know we can blow that away! Join team: Haute Handlebar by (1) register at Movember.com and (2)joining the team Haute Handlebar OR Please DONATE to my Mo Fundraising Page If you aren't aware of Movember, it is a great cause that focuses on fundraising for prostate cancer and men's mental health. They have expanded to testicular cancer as well, this year. Movember's vision is to have an everlasting impact on the face of men's health. During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of millions of moustaches around the world. Through the power of the moustach, vital funds and awareness are raised to combat prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges. Movember encourages men to join the movement by growing a moustach for the 30 days of November. After registering at Movember.com Mo Bro's start the month clean shaven on November 1st, then grow and groom their Mo (slang for moustache), acting as walking billboards for the cause, asking friends and families to donate to their efforts. It's not only for Mo Bros. I've been a MoSista for 5 years and have been since MBP's father fought and beat prostate cancer. We, MoSistas, register, raise funds and encourage the men in our lives to get involved (everything the MoBros do with out a Mo). Movember supports world class men's health programs that combat prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges. These programs, directed by the Movember Foundation, are focused on awareness and education, living with and beyond cancer, staying mentally healthy, living with and beyond mental illness and research to achieve our vision of an everlasting impact on the face of men's health. Please share your stories and post your Mo-gress pictures. Starting with your Clean shaven face pics! Join team: Haute Handlebar by (1) register at Movember.com and (2)joining the team Haute Handlebar OR Please DONATE to my Mo Fundraising Page - any little bit helps! Thanks for the help, support and your generosity. Love, Nidine
  8. I would like to extend my felicitations to Bonesy, Barbapapa, Mr.T, and Kiwi. Well deserved! Congrats guys!
  9. I have a lot of patience, big shoulders, let things slide a lot but I knew this day was going to take a bad turn from the time I grabbed our coffee. Dan went to pay the green fees and grab the power cart and I went to grab a couple coffees for us. I'm stirring some sugar in and this guy comes and stands next to me (in my personal space aka too close for comfort) with 5 feet worth of counter space to spare next to me and looks at me and my legs says all creepily "Aren't you cold?" (Or something to that degree) I shook off the gawking and said "No I'm quite alright" grabbed my coffees and walked away. I got to Dan and told him what happened (honestly I didn't appreciate him so close when there was so much space not to mention SUPER CREEPY). I laughed and called it though "with my luck, watch us get put with him." Me and my big mouth. On 6 he gave Dan a lesson and on 9 white I was ready to tee off he decided to follow up on his coaching, loudly asking Dan (who was sitting in the powercart) if he used the neutral grip. At which point in time I said "SHHHHH!" But seriously every damn shot, "THUD!" As he swung his practice swing into the ground as you took your backswing. My patience was wearing thin by 13. The guys had all teed off on the whites and Dan walked with me to the reds to take a pic for me, from a safe distance behind. This guy walks to the red tee box pulls a club out while I'm ready to swing and walks up in front of me and starts practicing. I was annoyed but I think I did well not losing my poop on him, and calmly but firmly said "would you mind not doing that please, it's so distracting, that would be great, thanks". When in actuality I would've liked to have shouted some obscenities but that wouldn't be very ladylike now would it. Haha! I think he got pissed that I spoke up when I should "shut the hell up woman! Get in the kitchen and make me a sammich!" Lol
  10. It's not really a plum, it's called Flash Pink (lighter and more pink than plum) It is one of the seasonal colors yes
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