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anonymous golfaholic

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Lmao, I would say the whiskey was a bigger contributing factor to that headache than anything. Although, my nose was burning really bad from breathing that shit. My hands also turned blue. I kept washing them with fast orange but to no avail...then without washing them again, I woke up and they looked better and by lunch the blue was gone. Weird. Also, I had the worst hanger than I've had in a very long time.
 

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Lmao, I would say the whiskey was a bigger contributing factor to that headache than anything. Although, my nose was burning really bad from breathing that shit. My hands also turned blue. I kept washing them with fast orange but to no avail...then without washing them again, I woke up and they looked better and by lunch the blue was gone. Weird. Also, I had the worst hanger than I've had in a very long time.
You're f#cked!!! Nice knowing you bro! LOL, just wearing the farking mask.
 
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Na, I'm just in Med school for plastic surgery. I have a lot to learn...like not buying rusty putters. :/ Messing with this M-100 is like trying to give a 100 year old woman a face lift...ugly.
Give a 100 year old woman a face lift???? She's still 100. She still has no teeth and smells like a week old Depends. The putter, on the other hand, can be a thing of beauty... extremely usuable... something that will give you many years of fun on the course. No matter how good the face looks on that 100 year old, I doubt you would get near the satisfaction... unless she has Parkinson's!!!:rolleyes:
 

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Give a 100 year old woman a face lift???? She's still 100. She still has no teeth and smells like a week old Depends. The putter, on the other hand, can be a thing of beauty... extremely usuable... something that will give you many years of fun on the course. No matter how good the face looks on that 100 year old, I doubt you would get near the satisfaction... unless she has Parkinson's!!!:rolleyes:
OMG!!! LOL!!!
 

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anonymous golfaholic

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Give a 100 year old woman a face lift???? She's still 100. She still has no teeth and smells like a week old Depends. The putter, on the other hand, can be a thing of beauty... extremely usuable... something that will give you many years of fun on the course. No matter how good the face looks on that 100 year old, I doubt you would get near the satisfaction... unless she has Parkinson's!!!:rolleyes:
It was pitted pretty badly. I had to take the milling out of the face and I still don't have all the pits out. I also had to take some of the stamping/engraving out of the sole. I hated to do it but it would've looked bad if I hadn't.
 

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