Definder - what does the word mean?

What is the course?

The “Of Course” refers to an unbelievable and unrealistic bounce primarily in the game of golf, but can be applied to almost any sport or activity. The “Of Course” shot should go out of bounds, in the water, a hazard, or somewhere unrealistic. Somehow this shot bounces in the fairway, green, or out of trouble into a fantastic lie. Every time this bounce, skip, or miracle happens your first reaction is “Of Course.”

Example: Gary is teeing of on a par three, hooks his shot into a tree, the ball then bounces into play off a rock near the water hazard, skips of the rock, and then ends up within two feet of the hole. This is a typical “Of Course” bounce.

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the course - video

The course - what is it?

probably true

A: They wouldn't charge me for air, would they?
B: Of course not

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What does "the course" mean?

Used with a repeated 'o' sound to express extreme sarcasm or blatant disregard

Someone: Blah blah blah do this

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The course - what does it mean?

An arbitrary term mainly used for denying something.

Are you a giant lizard? Of course not!

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The course - meaning

When your friend says something you were thinking about, and instead of being a casual and saying "I was thinking the same thing!", you say this to tell him you had a similar brain occurrence

Nick: "It wants an example of how 'But of course' is used in a sentence."
Adam: "But of Course!"

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The course - definition

exagerated or excited agreement with what somebody has just said

comin out for a biff?

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The course - slang

1. (noun) The act of sneaking onto a golf course at night with a friend or partner and having sexual intercourse. It is viewed as a daredevil stunt that requires agility and skilled strategics: the performers attempt to get onto the green, have sexual relations, and get off without getting caught by anyone. Experienced performers try to do so while completely naked.

2. (noun) Less popular, having intercourse on a golf course and leaving the fluids from the act on the grass, as a prank.

Verb: to course, to go coursing.

Also: courser, one who goes coursing.
corgie, coursing involving many participants.
PGA tour coursers, a group of professional coursers that course on the holes of the PGA tour the night after each tournament.
courser caddie, someone who keeps watch while two or more people are coursing.
driver, a male courser with a muscular physicality and a large penis.
hole-in-one, a man masturbating on the green of a golf course and shooting his fluids into the hole.

1) Austin and I have been coursing recently to spice up our relationship a bit.

2) Some friends and I are gonna have a corgie at Principal Ritter's country club, are you in?

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The course

In summation, simply "Murphy's Law".

Any of certain humorous axioms stating that anything that can possibly go wrong, will go wrong.

"Oh my god, its pouring outside"
"COURSE!....I just removed my umbrella from my backseat yesterday sat there for 2 months without any use!"

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The course

Something that is certain or obvious

Of course i've forgiven you, otherwise i wouldn't still be chatting to you.

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The course

The crawling of a student underneath all the desks in a classroom getting to the other side of the room, and back, without the teacher realising. Common during substitute teacher lessons and Chemistry

Oh kyle, i can't believe you completed the course while she was writing on the board

did you see jamie's lad socks as he crawled to complete the course?

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