A Lesson Learned


“Did you watch The Masters on the weekend? asked Ron.

Luis frowned. “Golf is just very slow polo without the horses.”

“Don’t hold back. Tell me how you really feel,” laughed Ron.

Luis shrugged. “Alright. Golf is a game invented by groundskeepers who needed an excuse to justify their existence.”

“I was just kidding. Seriously,” said Ron.

“It’s a waste of space and water. It promotes highly questionable fashion choices. Don’t even get me started on golf snobs,” ranted Luis.

“Gee, I’m sorry I brought it up,” said Ron, picking up Luis’ golf bag.

“Consider it a lesson learned,” replied Luis. “Don’t bug a golfer when he’s having a lousy round.”


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2 Responses to A Lesson Learned

  1. Pat says:

    In golf I think the horses would be bored too.Lol

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