Tuesday, January 5, 2010

on the racks: tiger woods does vanity fair

I vowed to myself that I wouldn't write, mention, whatever the name Tiger Woods on her anymore. Then, I saw this.

The cover of Vanity Fair= Tiger Woods. Shirtless.

Now, before I say anything, I'm not posting this because he's shirtless and OMG SO HOTT! False. He's borderline fugly in this picture. His body looks like some kind of monster that is about to have a mind of its own. [Hmmm... that may be true.]

Anyway, this picture is from 2006, before anyone knew of the real Tiger. [Or the beast being let out of a cage, to make a reference to Real World DC ;)]

The article takes a look at how he's basically been a robot for years now and that's why we all thought he was perfect. He knew exactly what to say. Shouldn't we know by now the less you really know about someone, the more scandals they're hiding?!

If you are/were a Tiger fan, it's a great article. My personal favorite part is the very beginning:
When Tiger Woods finally fell from his pedestal—the car crash, the angry wife, the tales of kinky extramarital sex, the link to a controversial sports doctor—it was one of the greatest recorded drops in popularity of any nonpolitical figure.
Well that's just another record for him to break, right?! Another achievement. The b-tard wins everything.

I'd like to say hello to Tiger, and nice to finally meet you. The real you, of course. I'm sure it feels good to not hold things back nowadays.



Anonymous said...

I went to the grand opening of Palma in B-more a couple of year ago with Tila Tequila. Tiger was there and the whole time, all he did was text. He was in an uber bad mood and scowled at people who tried to talk to him. Ever since then, I've always thought he was a d-bag, his recent events just proved my feelings.

Unknown said...

We're common people who may have not have cameras thrust in our faces or people who want to talk to us every time we're out.

When's the last time you've been at work and you're trying to work on something, but there's a person who's talking to you...get annoyed? Sure, you may chat for a moment, but then someone else tries to talk to you...annoyed yet?

No defense for Tiger, but I love reading comments about any celebrity who's trying to chill and someone says they're a d-bag because they were in a bad mood and scowled.

Even better that you saw that he was texting the whole time. That's like me saying I saw Gilbert Arenas with gun years ago, in light of what's happening with him now.

Sorry to complain - someone at work was just annoying me the entire time I was typing. Hehe.