• Tiger Woods fined for spitting
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[QUOTE=brianosaur;28075102]I disagree, my grandpa's net worth is around 10million and he went to honk kong last year. He actually got back from Havana, Cuba just a week or so ago.[/QUOTE] hong kong isn't part of china
What a sick bastard for spitting in public! I mean really, that's indecent exposure and shit man. Honestly. Who does that!? Oh wait...you mean he just spit..from his mouth? Oh...nevermind. Not important.
[QUOTE=Zeke129;28075632]Golf: Swinging metal sticks to hit small projectiles extremely fast; spectators and people's houses directly in the line of fire; blimps Football: Men in 6 inches of padding giving each other asspats; blimps[/QUOTE] I actually meant real football which Americans for some reason call soccer. There is no padding, and I am sure the ball has much more energy than the golf ball at the best shots. Players are under constant physical and psychical stress through the whole length of the match, unlike golfers don't play actively for few minutes of the whole "game". They often play in weather in which high profile golfers wouldn't possibly even dare to leave their mansions. How can you even argument with padding in American Football anyway? The only padding a golfer could ever need would be on the seat of his fucking golf car so his ass couldn't get too sore. Which probably wouldn't matter because they are all faggots and get rammed into ass all night after the match.
This is as stupid as the football team owner who was fined $250,000 for flipping the middle finger. [editline]15th February 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Zeke129;28075632] Football: Men in 6 inches of padding giving each other asspats; blimps[/QUOTE] Proof of 5 minutes of actual football playing time. Opinion disregarded.
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[QUOTE=Awesomecaek;28077279]I actually meant real football which Americans for some reason call soccer.[/QUOTE] So does Australia and Canada.
[QUOTE=Awesomecaek;28077279]I actually meant real football which Americans for some reason call soccer. There is no padding, and I am sure the ball has much more energy than the golf ball at the best shots. Players are under constant physical and psychical stress through the whole length of the match, unlike golfers don't play actively for few minutes of the whole "game". They often play in weather in which high profile golfers wouldn't possibly even dare to leave their mansions. How can you even argument with padding in American Football anyway? The only padding a golfer could ever need would be on the seat of his fucking golf car so his ass couldn't get too sore. Which probably wouldn't matter because they are all faggots and get rammed into ass all night after the match.[/QUOTE] were you touched by a golfer as a child?
[QUOTE=Treybuchet;28075819]hong kong isn't part of china[/QUOTE] they're all the same also he went all around those areas or something i dont know exactly. but he brought back a statue of those little people that they dig up from ancient times. he also showed me pictures of the trip tl;dr HE WENT TO CHINA
[QUOTE=HawkeyeTy;28077302]Proof of 5 minutes of actual football playing time. Opinion disregarded.[/QUOTE] I think you will find that I am in fact a professor in sports
[QUOTE=Awesomecaek;28077279]I actually meant real football which Americans for some reason call soccer. There is no padding, and I am sure the ball has much more energy than the golf ball at the best shots. Players are under constant physical and psychical stress through the whole length of the match, unlike golfers don't play actively for few minutes of the whole "game". They often play in weather in which high profile golfers wouldn't possibly even dare to leave their mansions. How can you even argument with padding in American Football anyway? The only padding a golfer could ever need would be on the seat of his fucking golf car so his ass couldn't get too sore. Which probably wouldn't matter because they are all faggots and get rammed into ass all night after the match.[/QUOTE] You seem way too emotionally invested in this.
When I played soccer, everyone hocked loogies, and no one gave a shit. I find this kinda funny myself. Now that I think about it though, we DID often fall down in that grass they were spitting in... [editline]16th February 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Awesomecaek;28077279]I actually meant real football which Americans for some reason call soccer. [/QUOTE]I hate to break it to you, but Soccer is a British term.
[QUOTE=TailsPrower;28080625]When I played soccer, everyone hocked loogies, and no one gave a shit. I find this kinda funny myself. Now that I think about it though, we DID often fall down in that grass they were spitting in...[/QUOTE] If I fell down onto the grass and found a big mucousy wet mark on my face, there would be more than spit on the ground. :barf:
[QUOTE=Awesomecaek;28077279]I actually meant real football which Americans for some reason call soccer. There is no padding, and I am sure the ball has much more energy than the golf ball at the best shots.[/quote] They call it soccer because until the end of the 20th century English people used the terms "football" and "soccer" interchangeably and therefore both are correct [QUOTE=Awesomecaek;28077279]Players are under constant physical and psychical stress through the whole length of the match, unlike golfers don't play actively for few minutes of the whole "game". They often play in weather in which high profile golfers wouldn't possibly even dare to leave their mansions.[/quote] Golf was never designed to be a physical game like soccer is, it's a mental game where skill takes prevalence over strength and agility. And golf is often played in bad weather, just not during thunderstorms as you are holding metal poles and not postponing the game would be stupid. [QUOTE=Awesomecaek;28077279]The only padding a golfer could ever need would be on the seat of his fucking golf car so his ass couldn't get too sore.[/quote] I don't think carts are allowed on PGA Tour matches, at least not on high profile courses. [QUOTE=Awesomecaek;28077279]Which probably wouldn't matter because they are all faggots and get rammed into ass all night after the match.[/QUOTE] Haha I'm going to go out on a limb and say that golf is probably the single most interesting sport because it isn't played on the same giant rectangle over and over, each course is different.
[QUOTE=DienDwemar;28066758]He spat on grass, who fucking cares?[/QUOTE] It's extremely disrespectful in Arabic culture, I suppose.
[quote]I actually meant real football which Americans for some reason call soccer. There is no padding, and I am sure the ball has much more energy than the golf ball at the best shots. Players are under constant physical and psychical stress through the whole length of the match, unlike golfers don't play actively for few minutes of the whole "game". They often play in weather in which high profile golfers wouldn't possibly even dare to leave their mansions. How can you even argument with padding in American Football anyway? The only padding a golfer could ever need would be on the seat of his fucking golf car so his ass couldn't get too sore. Which probably wouldn't matter because they are all faggots and get rammed into ass all night after the match.[/quote] wow you really hate golf
That Murray guy from the OP sounds like he has a 3 Wood stuck up his ass.
[QUOTE=Moose;28103534]wow you really hate golf[/QUOTE] You can't disagree that golf and more physical sports are entirely different breeds. For some, including myself, watching golf is as interesting as watching mathletes.
[QUOTE=Contag;28103775]You can't disagree that golf and more physical sports are entirely different breeds. For some, including myself, watching golf is as interesting as watching mathletes.[/QUOTE] Watching any sport on TV is boring, and watching any sport in person is just as boring but you get hotdogs Well not with golf
Of course this is a bigger deal in Dubai than having 14 fucking mistresses It's fucking Dubai
Spitting is unhygienic. How would you like it if you are eating when someone throws a phlegm snot and spit out right in front of you? [editline]17th February 2011[/editline] If you want to spit, spit when no one is around
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