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bowler100

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Rude Female Professional Bowlers
« on: September 09, 2018, 10:34:07 PM »
Has anyone ever been treated rudely (even on a minuscule level) by a female professional bowler during a Pro-Am event? If so, give a name and describe the encounter in as much detail as necessary. Generally, most female professionals are polite with fans but I heard from one Pro-Am participant that one particular female bowler was "snooty" toward him (I will reveal the name if one is curious enough to ask).

 

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Re: Rude Female Professional Bowlers
« Reply #16 on: September 11, 2018, 07:08:13 AM »
But if the the men's division of professional bowling makes next to nothing per year to the point where you just might as well go get a regular job. I can't imagine the women's chore pays much more, it probably pays way less.

My girlfriend would pop one of y'all like a pimple 😂😂

It would be a viral topic on ballreviews.com that's for sure.

"Snooty pwba bowler pops BR user like a pimple.

Has anyone had any experiences with snooty women's professional bowlers?
I might have the name if anyone is curious.
Anybody really wants to know please message me I'm very busy and I'll try to get back to you if possible.

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Re: Rude Female Professional Bowlers
« Reply #17 on: September 11, 2018, 07:23:04 AM »
Wow, I'm pretty sure all 13 of us fellow BR members are very curious.

U sure your buddy wasn't a drunken jerk?
He is a "nice guy" who happened to be drunk. (Pro bowler's name) already had a bad enough day on the lanes and was clearly down on herself. My bro sounded very "dopey" (drunk on her as much as he was drunk on alcohol) when he was talking about her to me. I did not see the interaction but he was complaining a bit about her. My best guess is that he came off as extremely awkward around her or she was simply not present with him due to her having a bad day. My bro most likely mistook her withdrawn demeanor as snooty.

So your drunk friend probably hit on a pro at a pro-am event, was brushed off as politely (probably) as possible. Took offense to it. And youíre wondering if she acted normally?

And the biggest complaint from the drunk person is that she was snooty? If thatís what he had to complain about, you got your answer.

What did he have to say after he sobered up pray tell?

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Re: Rude Female Professional Bowlers
« Reply #18 on: September 11, 2018, 12:59:25 PM »
Wow, I'm pretty sure all 13 of us fellow BR members are very curious.

U sure your buddy wasn't a drunken jerk?
He is a "nice guy" who happened to be drunk. (Pro bowler's name) already had a bad enough day on the lanes and was clearly down on herself. My bro sounded very "dopey" (drunk on her as much as he was drunk on alcohol) when he was talking about her to me. I did not see the interaction but he was complaining a bit about her. My best guess is that he came off as extremely awkward around her or she was simply not present with him due to her having a bad day. My bro most likely mistook her withdrawn demeanor as snooty.

So your drunk friend probably hit on a pro at a pro-am event, was brushed off as politely (probably) as possible. Took offense to it. And youíre wondering if she acted normally?

And the biggest complaint from the drunk person is that she was snooty? If thatís what he had to complain about, you got your answer.

What did he have to say after he sobered up pray tell?
I did not really give him the time of day after that brief interaction. I was too busy bowling and enjoying the company of Tannya Lopez, Ashly Galante and Leanne Hulsenberg who are all wonderful ladies to talk to.  I actually paid too little attention to his whining to ask any follow up questions about what had happened. I see him every year at one particular PWBA stop so it will be another few months before I see him again.

 
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