The Problem with Watching Golf on TV

" I think it may be in the water."  (30 seconds elapse)

" Yes, it may be in the water."  (20 seconds elapse)

" It’s not going to be good for him if it’s in the water."   (24 seconds elapse)

" No, it will be tough if it’s in the water." (18 seconds elapse)

" It’s in the water."  (33 seconds elapse)

" Oh, no. Tough break. It’s in the water."  (commercial)

12 responses to “The Problem with Watching Golf on TV

  1. That was hilarious. I will never forget my gullibility as a teenager when I came into the room and mocked my brother for watching golf and he told me that there had been a “sudden death” and I freaked out that somebody had died.

    He laughed his ass off.

  2. LMAO!!!

    That’s why I don’t watch it on TV. I’m pretty good with patience, just not that much. ;o)

  3. That’s a classic! I love it.

  4. I maintain, the only thing more boring that watching golf on TV is watching someone else watch golf on TV. But then I’m not a golf fan to begin with.

  5. That’s funny 🙂 but I’ve watched enough golf games to know that is true. LOL.

  6. Bwahahaha!!!

    I mock my brother and dad for this stuff all the time. I just don’t get it. But I can’t play the game either. And I don’t consider this a bad thing. 🙂

  7. You have just described in a nutshell why I just have never ‘gotten’ golf…

  8. Me neither Betsy. I’m going to reference to this post when my golfing friends bugs me about it!

  9. You watch golf on tv? Are ya nuts?

  10. You watch golf on tv? Are ya nuts?

  11. Absolutely not! AS Chris noted the only thing more boring than watching golf is watching someone watch golf…

  12. Sounds similar to a comedy routine by my favorite commedian, Bryan Regan. “I am watching fishing…I am not even fishing. I am too lazy to fish. Can you believe they have a writer in the credits. What lines could he possibly be typing up: “ugh, she’s a beauty fish”. Guess you will just have to listen to him yourself to get the full hysterical laughter effect.

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