Sunday, February 7, 2016

An Irish Golf Story


One day on Lucky Hole #13, Murphy finally makes his first hole-in-one.
Immediately, a leprechaun leaps into view and congratulates him.
The leprechaun says, "For this hole-in-one, I will grant ye' one wish."
The Irishman replies, "Can ye' make me pecker a wee bit longer."
"Done" says the leprechaun.
 
By the 14th hole Murphy can tell something is happening.
By 15 it is noticeably different and beginning to strain his shorts.
By 16 it is now becoming uncomfortable.
By 17 it now hangs just below the leg of his shorts.
By 18 it is now dragging on the ground.

After completing his round the Irishman drags himself to the pro shop.
He explains what has happened to the golf pro and asks what can be done.
The golf pro tells him he must make another hole-in-one on 13 to get the leprechaun back.

The Irishman takes two buckets of range balls to 13 and begins hitting.
After nearly both buckets are gone he finally makes another hole-in-one.
The leprechaun springs into view and congratulates him.
The leprechaun says, "For this hole-in-one, I will grant ye' one wish."

The Irishman replies, "Can ye' make me legs a wee bit longer."
 
 
YEA, It's Super Bowl Sunday! 

14 comments:

Irish said...

HA!!

GruntOfMonteCristo said...

Nice! Among the Irish and Scots, a "wee bit" is a tad ambiguous. Especially in the pub and on the green!

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Irish, I thought I could lure you over here with this.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Grunt, wee bit has many meanings.

Sandee said...

Glad he didn't ask for more than a wee bit. I linked you to Silly Sunday.

Have a terrific day Odie. ☺

stevebethere said...

LMAO see he wasn't so dumb after all LOL :-)

Have a peckertastic day :-)

Timothy Hecht said...

I miss playing golf.

Irish said...

I lurk too much. I'll try and comment more woodster. ;-)

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Sandee, thank you. We guys have to take care of our "Wee" parts.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Steve, Dumb like a fox. Have a peckertastic day back at you.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Timothy, and now we know why.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Irish, lurking is good too. I'm known to do that myself when I'm pressed for time. Glad to know you're out there.

Ron Russell said...

You got me---totally unexpected.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Ron, that's my job.