What an Irish farmer had to say about Rory McIlroy’s balls

An Irish farmer is surprised to find what Rory McIlroy does to his balls

Rory McIlroy was playing in the Irish Open Golf championships when he pulled into a country garage in Kerry to get some petrol. As he was filling his BMW, a local farmer started to chat to him about what a fine car he had. As Rory replaced the petrol cap, a couple of tees fell out of his pocket.

“What are they?” said the farmer, who knew nothing about golf.

“They’re my tees,” Rory explained.

An Irish farmer is surprised to find what Rory McIlroy does to his balls

“And what in heaven’s name are they for?”

“They’re for resting my balls on when I’m driving.”

“Ah wouldn’t you know it,” said the farmer. BMW think of everything.”

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“One thousands euros!” said the priest. “Why didn’t you say you’re dog was Catholic?”

The service took place the next day.

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