Skirts in front of alot of people

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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby Fred in Skirts » Fri Aug 16, 2019 12:37 am

Happy-N-Skirts wrote:Someone should invent a device for picking up golf balls. Sort of like tongs with two ice cream scoops but able to retrieve the ball from the cup. It would be good for bending over to pick up the ball whether you are wearing a skirt or just have difficulty bending over. It could fit on a cart.

There are such items already on the market. Check Google and amazon.com.

https://www.amazon.com/PrideSports-Golf ... B07VB4DYJZ

https://www.ebay.com/b/Golf-Ball-Pick-U ... bn_7272847] https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-5320 ... 36&toolid=
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby deserttinker » Fri Aug 16, 2019 12:39 am

Happy-N-Skirts wrote:Someone should invent a device for picking up golf balls. Sort of like tongs with two ice cream scoops but able to retrieve the ball from the cup. It would be good for bending over to pick up the ball whether you are wearing a skirt or just have difficulty bending over. It could fit on a cart.


There’s even a device https://teepalllc.com/ that sets the tee and ball from a standing position.
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby beachlion » Fri Aug 16, 2019 1:33 am

I don't play golf so I have no idea how capable you have to be to take a swing at those golfballs. But if you are not capable to bend over to pick up a ball or place it on a pin, how can you still be in a good shape to play golf? ;)
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby Gusto10 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 5:37 pm

beachlion wrote:I don't play golf so I have no idea how capable you have to be to take a swing at those golfballs. But if you are not capable to bend over to pick up a ball or place it on a pin, how can you still be in a good shape to play golf? ;)

Well, putting the ball on the pin instead of on the tee, is an interesting concept. Normally you take the pin ( about 6" tall) out of the hole, prior to holing out. When on the teebox you put the ball on the tee (little wooden or plastic peg) and drive the ball so it will have a carry of 200 yards or more save a hook or so. The ball will, if things go right land in the fairway for another swing in the direction of the green where you will find the the pin placed somewhere indicating the position of the pin.
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby beachlion » Fri Aug 16, 2019 6:26 pm

Gusto10 wrote:
beachlion wrote:I don't play golf so I have no idea how capable you have to be to take a swing at those golfballs. But if you are not capable to bend over to pick up a ball or place it on a pin, how can you still be in a good shape to play golf? ;)

Well, putting the ball on the pin instead of on the tee, is an interesting concept. Normally you take the pin ( about 6" tall) out of the hole, prior to holing out. When on the teebox you put the ball on the tee (little wooden or plastic peg) and drive the ball so it will have a carry of 200 yards or more save a hook or so. The ball will, if things go right land in the fairway for another swing in the direction of the green where you will find the the pin placed somewhere indicating the position of the pin.


At least it proves I don't play golf. ;)

A few month ago I could collect about 25 golfballs from the beach at Sandy Hook, NJ. I still don't know why so many balls were beached over a stretch of just a few miles.
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If somebody is interested, they are free to pick up.
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby rivegauche » Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:57 pm

Beach Lion - most of these golf balls look alike. I suspect one individual with lots of money was practising drives on the beach. Pollution. Glad you picked them up.
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby r.m.anderson » Sat Aug 17, 2019 5:20 am

Those golf balls - note the marking RANGE - these are balls used at a golf driving (range) areas -
good looking but cheaply made with none of the characteristics of Titlest Callaway etc. for carry distance control.
Great when you need an expendable ball instead of one of the expensive ones - like a drive over a water hazard.
Some of those balls are marked FLOATER - they don't carry much distance but if you ker-plunk in the water well
as marked these float to be recovered instead of giving Davy Jones balls to play with.

These balls are not for official tournament use - just practice that is ahem not perfect.

The safety green (yellow) ball is legal although white is the official color and the yellow balls go no further than the whites.

So do you have the balls to play golf while skirted skorted or whatever fancyment of unbifurcation ?
And NO you may not play from the ladies (red) tees - but I'll allow the seniors (yellows) - all the rest play from the whites -
and if you know more of golf than I do then it's the blue or black (back) tees for you.

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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby oldsalt1 » Sun Aug 18, 2019 2:07 am

I would think the last photos show that I actually play skirted or skorted

I always play from the whites. My drives are pretty decent . I can usually reach most greens with my second shot. Let me restate that I have the distance to reach the green on most second shots. Accuracy is a different thing. Like I said before I believe in getting my moneys worth its amazing how many shots you can waste in that last hundred or so yards.
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby JeffB1959 » Sun Aug 18, 2019 2:08 pm

Hmm! I’ve never golfed before, but I’d be willing to give it a try, mainly for the chance to wear a cute skirt or skort! :lol:
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby jjjjohanne » Mon Aug 19, 2019 10:55 am

The most people I have ever worn a skirt in front of was at the airport. I flew through a large airport. I put on a skirt after I flew into that airport. I had to walk a long distance down the concourse. A lot of planes must have arrived because I think I walked past one or two thousand people. This was on my first trip flying in a skirt. I was very self-conscious. I felt like almost everyone of those people looked at me.

But, I did it.

I've done it several times since then. It was better every other time. I was even complimented once. I am much more confident these days.
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby Gusto10 » Wed Aug 21, 2019 1:43 pm

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jjjjohanne wrote:The most people I have ever worn a skirt in front of was at the airport. I flew through a large airport. I put on a skirt after I flew into that airport. I had to walk a long distance down the concourse. A lot of planes must have arrived because I think I walked past one or two thousand people. This was on my first trip flying in a skirt. I was very self-conscious. I felt like almost everyone of those people looked at me.

But, I did it.

I've done it several times since then. It was better every other time. I was even complimented once. I am much more confident these days.

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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby beachlion » Sun Aug 25, 2019 3:17 am

Today I wore a skirt in front of about 1000 to 2000 people. At two different places in Philadelphia. And not just people but people in various states of undress.

In other words, I went skirted to the PNBR 2019, the Philly Naked Bike Ride. I took my bike from the car and went to the starting point, a big park where a lot of other activities were going on like weddings and BBQs. I undressed to blend in and at 5PM the tour started. It went through the city center and passed the two famous cheesesteak houses. At the end of the trip I went back into my skirt and the rest, again in front of the other bikers and a lot of curious onlookers.
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby JeffB1959 » Sun Aug 25, 2019 2:01 pm

beachlion wrote:Today I wore a skirt in front of about 1000 to 2000 people. At two different places in Philadelphia. And not just people but people in various states of undress.

In other words, I went skirted to the PNBR 2019, the Philly Naked Bike Ride. I took my bike from the car and went to the starting point, a big park where a lot of other activities were going on like weddings and BBQs. I undressed to blend in and at 5PM the tour started. It went through the city center and passed the two famous cheesesteak houses. At the end of the trip I went back into my skirt and the rest, again in front of the other bikers and a lot of curious onlookers.


That sounds seriously cool! I’m sure you must’ve had a good time. Meanwhile, it just so happens I’ve taken up bike riding (or rather, resumed same) as part of my exercise regimen, perhaps I might try riding in a skirt or skort. That could be fun!
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby beachlion » Sun Aug 25, 2019 5:14 pm

JeffB1959 wrote:...... That sounds seriously cool! I’m sure you must’ve had a good time. Meanwhile, it just so happens I’ve taken up bike riding (or rather, resumed same) as part of my exercise regimen, perhaps I might try riding in a skirt or skort. That could be fun!


It was amazing and I enjoyed it a lot. There was a quite tall dark guy there that looked a little like you. So for a moment I was thinking you joined the group. ;) Maybe next year.

If your skirt is a little above the knee or longer, not too wide and made of rather heavy fabric, it will not blow up unless it storms. The wind pressure of your forward movement will keep it down.
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Re: Skirts in front of alot of people

Postby beachlion » Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:38 pm

The PNBR 2019 did not escape the attention of the press.

https://apnews.com/fa9cfa49f2a34ffcb56bbc718bf1c23c
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