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    Default Heart Warming Golf Story.

    A man lost an arm when his golf cart rolled down over him on a down slope.
    He became very depressed because he loved to play golf.
    One day in his despair, he decided to commit suicide and end it all.
    He got an elevator and went to the top of the building to jump off.
    He was standing on the edge looking down and saw this man down on the sidewalk skipping along. Whooping and kicking up his heels .
    He looked closer and saw this man had no arms at all.
    He started thinking “ what am I feeling sorry for myself for” I still bave one good arm to do things with. He thought there goes a man skipping down the sidewalk ,so happy and getting on with his life.
    He hurried down to the sidewalk and caught up with the man with no arms.
    He told him how glad he was to see him because he lost one of his arms and felt useless and was going to kill himself.
    He thanked him for saving his life and said he knew he could make it with one arm if he could do it with none.
    The man with no arms began dancing and whooping and kicking up his heels again .
    He asked “ why are you so happy anyway ? “
    He said NOT happy .. my balls Itch..

    Heart warming stories like this brings a tear to my eye.

    JS
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    Hi John.
    That is much funnier than the one about you pulling your socks on LoL. Which by the way I have solved, stand on the toes of one sock and pull your foot back so that the front sticks out, then stand on it with the other foot and pull your foot back, easy peasy.
    As for pulling them on, get two wooden rods, sticky tape two pegs one each, clip the top of your sock to each peg and pull your socks on. Now I can see Cappy selling these and making a fortune.
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    Got a better idea Des get a long handled roller and paint feet with a quick drying paint to the required colour , similar to what the ladies did during the war when there was a lack of nylons. If any problems. After applying too many coats of paint , just scrape off with a long handed scraper and start anew. Believe John in Oz must do something similar as his claim to fame he doesn’t wear either , doesn’t wear pants either only the law makes him wear shorts. Cheers JS
    PS This however only applies to at least 1 armed men , if have no legs that confuses the situation as no socks required. JS
    PPS. Maybe a Turks head would be better for the foot painting , but take his tarbush off first. Cheers JS...
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    I have not worn socks for about 15 years now, like to feel the fresh air around my feet.
    Shoes are a problem as my feet do not like them, so for most of the year itis sliders when going out and bare feet indoors and in the garden.
    However the odd nail in the foot can be a bit of a problem at times, it hurts.

    Docking day in Southampton, a winger in the tourist gallop was as full as a boot on channel night, some how lost his black shoes.
    No socks to be found so he blackened his feet with shoe polish, Cherry Blossom of course.
    But the second steward saw him, not happy at all.
    He did not come back next trip!!!!
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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    Maybe he lost his arm playing golf John , and wasn’t suitable material for serving first class passengers holding the tray on his head. You mustnt jump to conclusions and think the worse of people . Cheers JS
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