It's true, ya know. Old habits are hard to break.
I saw this clear as day my last two outings away from the pool room.
I went to a karaoke place with my friends one night of the OB Cues Ladies Tour stop in Oklahoma City. While all my friends were trying to figure out what to sing, I was too busy focused on two bar tables and wondered if anyone else in the place would want to play for a couple of twenty dollar bills, lol.
A month later, I go to a local bar to watch football with my friend Teri and while she was yelling at the 49ers (her favorite team) I was eyeballing the cute little pool table that some idiots were trying to play pool on, wondering (again to myself) if they would want to play for money.
Here was my view:
However, my boyfriend was the one who always initiated the conversation and got us a game, and since he wasn't around, I didn't approach any of the players at either of those places I just mentioned above.
Although in one full year my boyfriend and I only gambled about 8 whole times in small bars with lonely pool tables, it was still weird to me how I was already used to wondering if the weekend warriors would want to gamble... and if I could get a game, lol.
I know that urge to gamble like that will pass; I'm not around it anymore. Still, it was funny to me how fast I was curious about gambling, and wanted to share that with you!