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Comment from: CB MAXWELL [Member] Email
OMG. I didn't make the connection, but I bought a dozen JUICE balls. No, they are not the balls of OJ, and I didn't clean them with my tongue. EWWW. This post is getting more sickening by the keystroke. I must check my bag, and be sure to put any leftovers with cut marks in the trash. OUCH. Another bad pun. Right on the MARK on this one Chris. Send NIKE this link. They need to dump that name!
2007-04-04 @ 22:31
Comment from: Halster [Visitor] Email
Thanks for throwing MW into the mix. She's a disgrace to Golf.

Hal M. - Waipahu, Hawaii
2007-04-06 @ 01:12
Comment from: Tang [Visitor]
I didn't think of orange juice nor any ex-USC running backs. I thought of electricity ... sorry.
2007-04-14 @ 01:32
Comment from: kaialii [Visitor] Email
I better wear a helmet the next time I'm going past the Ala Wai Golf Course. Someone just might "juice" it over the fence. LOL!
2007-05-14 @ 03:38

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