Most of you would agree there is no such thing as "too much bowling",
Date: 01 Feb 2005 22:09:32|
Subject: "you bowl too much" (how to silence that kind of nonsense?)
right? I'm not talking about too many frames or reps and potential
detrimental effect on your shot. I mean there is no such thing as "too
much" if you really love the sport.
Unfortunately many of us have experienced the drone of a spouse,
significant other, or other loved one who tries to tell us that we
spend too much time bowling. That is Blasphemy!!! (
I'm sure at least SOME of you share that sentiment, and although there
is no way I will bend to someone else's (even close family members)
idea of how much bowling is too much, they can wear you down as a
constant dampening of the sport you love.
Is there a tried and true method anyone in this group has successfully
used to silence such critics ---or at least get them to stop
interfering most of the time? Sure...anyone can tell them to just go
F___ off, but there has to be some happy medium between that and having
to spend countless instances re-explaining to them that you love them
and want to respect their wishes, but if they try to stop you from
bowling, they may as well stand in the middle of a busy expressway and
try to avoid getting run over.
I intend this to be more of a light hearted sampling of comments vs a
serious search for solutions. Yet, if someone has used a clever phrase
or techinique effectively in the past. am certainly interested in
hearing about it.
Thanks in advance.