Sunday, December 7, 2008

Sx3: Loafing on the Links?

We've Gotta Good One for ya today! Mr. Fairway, doing What He Likes to Do Best...Yes, he has nice legs & all, but look at The Sign to get your Inspiration for Today's Silly Sunday Sweepstakes!

You know the drill. Take a gander at this Superior Snap & Conjur up a Creative Caption. Or 2. Or 3. Whatever! Type your offering in the Comments Box of this post, & You're Good. To. Go!

Veterans around these here parts know that there are No Tangible Rewards for your Effort & Imagination. Just the knowledge that a) You're Smart; b) You're Funny; c) You Wish to have the Approval of your Bloggy Friends; d) You're a Good Sport; or e) All of The Above!

So, please, Dear Hearts...Come Along & Play, Today! And, Don't Forget to Support The Scholastic Scribe in the Eddies Competition. Click Here To Cast Your Vote!

23 comments:

Tara R. said...

I always laugh when I see the "slow children" signs too.

"Golfer X, in the fifth minute of his backswing, follows through on his tee shot.'

Tara said...

"Dennis had finally gotten around that pesky 'no weapons' order from the judge the minute he took up golfing."


"There has got to be a better way to chop down a pole", thought Dennis.


He looks like a Dennis.

Veggie Mom said...

Mr. Fairway attends a special school for the Golfingly Impaired...

Oh, and BTW, I Shouted Out your Eddie's nomination one more time at my place today. Good luck!

Colleen said...

"Slow golfers. A sad byproduct of the original idea for the game...Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden. G.O.L.F."

Candid Carrie said...

After missing the short bus, Mr. Fairway decided it would be a great time to practice his baseball swing.

HappyChyck said...

Remember back in the day when the PGA started implementing IEPs?

MRMacrum said...

"That sign lies. Last ime I used a wood and missed every damn golfer who scooted by. This time it's the nine iron."

momma said...

hello from sits! i voted for you! good luck.

Eudea-Mamia said...

In his excitement to get swinging, Skip forgot to close the door to his car, as well as put it in park. Mr. Underhill, practicing on court one at the time, plans to press charges.

He looks like a "Skip" to me.

Nice socks.

Tracy P. said...

"What, were you expecting FAST golfers????"

Looking forward to something yummy here soon! :-)

teachj said...

If you've ever been behind a group of four senior golfers, then you know why the sign exists.

Marrdy said...

Nair loves short shorts!

Great picture.

Susie said...

"The newest Special Olympic event":-)

Ann said...

Funny, sign......

I love the animal pictures on the side of your blog!!!

Hello...new to the SITS world I'm still a little blogger shocked at the large number of talented, crazy, funny and sweet people out there. I hope you do not mind me stopping by...feel free to check out my blog. I am hosting a Give-A-Way that ends tomorrow. Check it out! :D

Teri said...

"Sssssssssuuuuuuuuuuuuwwwwwwwwwiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnggggggggg!"

Okay, that's all I got. :-)

Hippie Family... said...

all I can think is that cartoon with the doofy,, whatever animal it is.. that always goes Du, do da do da do...do, do do..
ya, sounds so much better not typed!

Z's Mom said...

The regular golfer's crossing is up the road....

Ritch in Love said...

All I have to say is Senior Golfers in tube socks and plaid shorts....

Bilbo said...

Fred tries hard to remove the club stuck through his head by a fellow golfer irritated because he had exceeded the speed limit at the crossing. And because he wore white shorts out of season.

Nancy Flanagan said...

I am seriously hoping that was an old, file photo. It's about the shorts, sir. Use them to wipe down your clubs or diaper the baby. Haven't you watched the NBA lately? Shorts are now required to graze the knee and leave plenty of room for air and movement. So to speak.

On the other hand, it's good to know that if this gentleman visits our nation's Capitol, he will no be stinking up the joint.

Great week, Melissa. I did vote for you. And thanks for the nomination over at:

http://teacherleaders.typepad.com/teacher_in_a_strange_land/

Robin said...

Hi there!
Thanks for stopping by my blog! Just voted for you in the contest. Hope you win!
High school journalism teacher, huh? Journalist here... did the whole high school journalism thing and of course J-school for college. I'd LOVE to hear all about how you're teaching that course 20 years after I took it! Things certainly have changed, and not all for the better. Sigh.
Good luck with the contest!
Robin
cinnamon & honey

MJ said...

Interview of golf course manager in relation to lawsuit initiated by man in the white shorts: "We hired this guy to shoot light-weight golf balls at the slowest golfers crossing the road. Unfortunately, he was "slow" himself and kept sending the light-weight golf balls into the nearby field. He didn't once hit one of the slow golfers that we were targeting. We had no choice but to fire him."

MJ said...

Interview of golf course manager in relation to lawsuit initiated by man in the white shorts: "We hired this guy to shoot light-weight golf balls at the slowest golfers crossing the road. Unfortunately, he was "slow" himself and kept sending the light-weight golf balls into the nearby field. He didn't once hit one of the slow golfers that we were targeting. We had no choice but to fire him."

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