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Golf course & lockers

Lockers were for people like me who didnt already have the tapball skins for characters.

Golf wasnt worth it from where i sit, so left that alone. There may be another alternate golf hole thingy by itself in the future. (Why do Brits say "in future" without the the? The need to distinguish themselves?)

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  • shanemadrid
    343 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    Lockers were for people like me who didnt already have the tapball skins for characters.

    Golf wasnt worth it from where i sit, so left that alone. There may be another alternate golf hole thingy by itself in the future. (Why do Brits say "in future" without the the? The need to distinguish themselves?)

    I'm British and I always use the the?
  • ArmpitAttack
    2353 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    Well good for you. :lol: stay vigilant
  • gamersometimes
    222 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    can someone make an actual video of clips from just stamp the ticket and you look like you need help pleasuring your wife??? I mean with audio
    THANKS SO MUCH YOU RULE !!!
  • KrustyBrand
    15340 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    Lockers were for people like me who didnt already have the tapball skins for characters.

    Golf wasnt worth it from where i sit, so left that alone. There may be another alternate golf hole thingy by itself in the future. (Why do Brits say "in future" without the the? The need to distinguish themselves?)

    Cribbed from the web:

    The phrase “in (the) future” has two meanings. When it means “at a future point in time”, it is used with the definite article:

    I would like to move to Spain in the future. (correct)
    I would like to move to Spain in future. (probably wrong)

    However, when it means “from now on”, there is a divide between American English and British English. An American would still say “in the future”, as in the previous case, whereas a Brit would likely say “in future” (with no article). Thus, “from now on, please, be more careful” could be rephrased as:

    In future, please, be more careful. (British English)
    In the future, please, be more careful. (American English)
  • ArmpitAttack
    2353 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    Gracias.
    this has been the most illuminating golf topic of the week.
  • petehd14
    2769 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    The golf course was 100 donuts last time around. The extra 25 only brings the bonus up to 3%, but I bought three packs anyway. My Springfield Country Club was missing a golf course so I have been waiting for this to return.

    Now I really want the Polo Field House...

    I was really hoping for a yard sale this week, but it's looking like another major event starting on Tuesday.
  • buddah2991
    66 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    Lockers were for people like me who didnt already have the tapball skins for characters.

    Golf wasnt worth it from where i sit, so left that alone. There may be another alternate golf hole thingy by itself in the future. (Why do Brits say "in future" without the the? The need to distinguish themselves?)

    I'm British and I always use the the?

    I really like that band The The!
  • simp7fan
    4163 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    In future, please, be more careful. (British English)
    In the future, please, be more careful. (American English)
    So, British people don't get the joke in Back to the Future Part II? It's like we're speaking different languages. :(
    Here is my signature. Or maybe it's not.
  • beeblebrox900
    1314 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    simp7fan wrote:
    In future, please, be more careful. (British English)
    In the future, please, be more careful. (American English)
    So, British people don't get the joke in Back to the Future Part II? It's like we're speaking different languages. :(
    We are able to understand your misuse of our language quite well ?
  • mischiefma567
    38 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    LOL, thank you for the answers to my questions, but more so for the fantastic conversation on syntax. I had a great time
  • shanemadrid
    343 posts Member
    edited August 2016
    buddah2991 wrote:
    Lockers were for people like me who didnt already have the tapball skins for characters.

    Golf wasnt worth it from where i sit, so left that alone. There may be another alternate golf hole thingy by itself in the future. (Why do Brits say "in future" without the the? The need to distinguish themselves?)

    I'm British and I always use the the?

    I really like that band The The!

    Lol yeah they were pretty good weren't they? :D
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