You need a portable TV. Or a virtual golf course.
Playing golf might lead to frustration. Then again, watching your favorite team lose on the TV might be frustrating too. This might be a lose-lose situation.
Yeah it'd be hard to drag a 50" TV around the golf course.
More often than not golf leads to frustration. At least when I golf.
Very frustrating, but I don't have the same problems. I do neither ;)
Well, I can't find anyone to play golf with me so It's going to be football.
We should try rigging one up to the back of a cart.
There ya go. Poof! Frustration problem solved.
Bahahahahah! I love the idea of a virtual golf course. I might actually break even on one of those.
Before I read the comments, I was going to say if it's nice out, record the game and get out on the links while you can. (We always record NASCAR but don't always watch it the same day so I'm on a complete social media and news blackout until I've seen it. Lemme tell ya, that's hellish.)
I do virtual golf in the winter. I'm not much better.
Something tells me it'd take a long time to play a round.
Ah, but I'm playing fantasy football. If my various players don't perform I'll be frustrated.
That's a good choice then ;)
I couldn't do that. I'm sure I'd accidentally come across the score on the internet.
Tough choices. My friend Arthur Ritus prevents me from playing golf so I don't have to choose.
Lol, I'll leave the golf to you. My blood pressure can't take it.
I've only been playing for about 4 years but I love it.
Go practice putting and then return for the football. Wait. This could lead to double frustration.I hope your day up there is a gorgeous as ours down here in Texas. Wow!
Rough life you lead, mon ami. Very frustrating. I don't know how you manage. ;-)
Oh my, life is full of difficult choices, my friend. You better make the right one, or you'll regret it forever.... or at least for a few minutes.
Just one of life's challenges. I can tell that all your blog readers are feeling really badly for you.
11 degrees celsius and cloudy. I think watching football in my warm den was the right choice.
Oh, I tell you, life can be so hard some times. So many choices.
Well if I had gone golfing I would have gone by myself. So I decided to watch football...um. by myself.
Aw, thanks for understanding everyone!
Yeah, but my dear wife keeps interrupting me.
A woman's prerogative ;)
Poor Mrs D. She calls herself a football widow.
Tough choice !
Finally, someone who understands me and the challenging dilemmas I face. Thank you.
Ha! The frustration of having two exciting things to choose between!
Right. It can get very frustrating!
At the same time? I'd need a teeny tiny TV on the golf course.
I know, eh. But I decided to stay in and watch football as the golf course is a fair way away.
Well you must have the latest in video recorders. I got nuttin'.
Well, that's not fun.
No but Rick & I want to watch them together and sometimes that means waiting. I'd rather go on the blackout and enjoy the races together.
We already watch too much stuff on TV. I'd never find the time to watch something I'd recorded.
What did you end up doing?
Just saw your response to Mike.
I watched football. Although, I'm coming down with a cold and slept through much of it.
It is sometimes you know. It's tough.
If you get an early enough tee time, do them both! Then no frustration. Well, depending on your game and favorite team, in which case it could be a double dose of frustration!
Certainly my father's take on the word!:-)Traci
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