Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Some folks lose their heads over golf!

21 comments:

Sailor said...

That is a funny picture:D

brattcat said...

there's something fishy about his shirt, too.

SRQ said...

Nice find! One of my favorite movie quotes: 'No one loses their head...and no one loses their head.' (Thelma and Louise)

Randy said...

That's my manager, she just loves the game. Excellent shot!

Paula said...

Seems to have strayed off the course - he was probably scatterbrained to begin with.
:)

Olivier said...

le remake du "jour des morts vivants" ;))) tres bonne photo ;)))

Jim Klenke said...

Maybe it was lost in a bet.

magiceye said...

lol! brilliant!!

Hilda said...

I thought you did! :D

cieldequimper said...

Don't you?

What's the association between the Stars & Stripes and fish, is it salmon?

Jack said...

Nice shot. It reminds me of the Ryder Cup at The Country Club in Brookline. I think that was the year the U.S. golfers wore some very gaudy shirts.

Cezar and Léia said...

LOL great one Jacob, very very well done!
Take care okay!
;)
Léia

EG Wow said...

So is the shirt you'll wear golfing on Independence Day?

Sharon said...

More than one might imagine!

Virginia said...

Ha, yes I know a few who have! HA
V

Charlotte said...

HAHAHAHA Great title for this post-:) Very funny-:)
- I think the bummer started already before climbing out of bed this morning.-:) Anyway. Tomorrow is a better day ...
I hope you are feeling better and wish you a very good evening.
Tiger says Meoow! He's not a friend of this heat and just want to find a shady spot to rest.

Lois said...

You should know!

Irina said...

Funny. Someday I will try golf and will know for sure if it is so dangerous for the head))

JM said...

LOL!

~Cheryl said...

I totally laughed out loud! I agree with some of the others: If I were wearing a shirt like this, I would not want to show my face in public either.

I like your new header: a double header!

Amin said...

Funny picture,,,

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson