Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Eat Y'self Fitter, 11 Sep 2019.
It's only a bit of rain, how much of the fucking pavement do you want?
Umbrella or not, all golfers are complete cocks
That was probably @TH63 the rotter.
I'm quite sure @TH63 is a considerate pavement user and only uses his golf umbrella when he's twatting about in a field in his plus fours looking in bushes for a little white ball.
I loathe all umbrellas - golf or otherwise.
Cunty things determined to have your eye out.
I'm quite sure @TH63 on seeing light drizzle puts his overly colorful golf umbrella up before he allights the train and has to turn to the side to shuffel through the door..Oblivious to the tuts of other users and the fact he's had some little lads eye out.
He must be in a meeting. Or he's got stuck in the door.
A strong gust of wind has caught him and he stubbonly wont let go of hs Ping umbrella. He was last seen halfway to Weston Super Mare.
In a meeting was the correct answer, you bunch of twats.
And my golf umbrella is reserved for golf. And it’s a black and white Taylor made. Not that I expect that to mean much to you philistines.
I agree with the op anyway, trying to walk to work dodging the cyclists is bad enough, days like this I have to walk along doing a Malky fist pump thing to protect my face.
I remember once walking to a city match when it was wet and windy and my mate bought a cheap arse (£4) golf umbrella from sports direct and was quite pleased with himself. Being a seasoned wet weather golfer, I knew what was coming.
Poxy thing barely made it to leckwith road before it collapsed. Oh how I laughed.
That's one thing I'm amazed there's never been a better invention for.
Global warming maybe
pac a macs
a nice cagoule is what u need
Thinly veiled accusation of him being another Ron the twitcher
Pointless sport golf......Fekin spoils a good walk MUN
Never had an umbrella of any type
I have several golf umbrellas all black. Residing permanently in the car is an oversized Footjoy number which is large enough to accommodate a family with several kids.
Often attached to my golf trolley is an interesting version by Motocaddy which has a perspex pane so that you can see where you are going. Useful in the rain of course, but its primary function is as a parasol to keep the UV rays away from my delicate northern European skin when it is 35° plus here.
I had one up the japs eye once!