Things you learn on the disc golf course

I recently wrote about playing disc golf at Seven Oaks Park in Nashville. It was with Joe and Steve. Joe is from Nashville. Steve is from South Africa. He says things like Niss-in (instead of the car brand, Nissan), and moon bag… which here in America is called a fanny pack, and yes I was wearing one while we played. Turns out in South Africa, fanny means something totally different. Let’s just say it’s not something you’d bring up in front of your mom. Or pastor. Here’s a glimpse into my amazing form:

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One thought on “Things you learn on the disc golf course

  1. Funny, while I was in FL last week, I hung out with a friend of mine who is originally from South Africa. I was taking note of her saying “for shame” and how cute it sounded and why we don’t say that around here instead of “bummer.” Her five year-old daughter also kept saying “what’s the big idea??” which I found incredibly adorable coming from a little girl.

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