I was playing golf one morning and a friend asked if he could play a round against me. I told him, “Sure. What time do you want me to meet you here?” He said, “Nine o’ clock … Maybe nine o’ five.”
Sure enough, the next day he is there to tee off at nine o’ clock sharp. He tees off right-handed and I tee off right-handed.
We played eighteen holes and he beat me by two strokes. I congratulated him and asked for a re-match.
He said, “O.K. How about tomorrow at nine o’ clock … Maybe nine o’ five.”
All is agreed upon.
The next morning he showed up and we teed off at nine o’ clock sharp. This time he teed off left-handed and I teed off right-handed.
At the end of the eighteen holes, he still beat me by two strokes.
I asked him as to his strategy behind playing golf right-handed yesterday and left-handed today.
He told me that it all has to do with the way he wakes up in the morning. He said, “If I wake up and my wife is sleeping on her right side, I play golf right-handed. If I wake up and she is sleeping on her left side, I play golf left-handed.”
I asked him, “What happens if when you wake up, she is sleeping on her back?”
He told me, “That’s when I get here at nine o’ five!”