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14-04-2019, 21:46   #16
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Meh! He's no Rocky Balboa.
He’s not even Rocky III!
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Why, how many people ate out his arsehole?
Jack is known as the Golden Bear. Bear, Woods, arsehole, I think I can see some connection.
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I'm Tiger Woods.
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He whacks a little rubber ball around a big field with a metal bat.

**** off.
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I'm Tiger Woods.

Buy us a pint.
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Fair play to Tiger Woods. Unfortunately his career went off the rails that time because he became a victim of his own successes. The squeaky clean mixed-race super-athlete who turned the white man's sport into his own and committed the "crime" of entering into an inter-racial marriage turned out to be a fragile serial-adulterer. If he hadn't been so dominant for so long at the time, nobody would have savoured his comeuppance as they did.
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Fair play to Tiger Woods. Unfortunately his career went off the rails that time because he became a victim of his own successes. The squeaky clean mixed-race super-athlete who turned the white man's sport into his own and committed the "crime" of entering into an inter-racial marriage turned out to be a fragile serial-adulterer. If he hadn't been so dominant for so long at the time, nobody would have savoured his comeuppance as they did.
He must have a flute on him like a fisherman’s arm.
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He must have a flute on him like a fisherman’s arm.
I have no doubt that, having been raised as a child golf prodigy, he was probably "making up for lost time" with his womanising.
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The BBC led with Woods winning the Masters. I mean it's a big sports story, but jaysus that's a bit over the top.
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Fair play to him. And for his personal mistakes, hard not to have a bit of craic and horse it into a few birds when you're a successful sports star.
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Its the sporting drama story of the century.
You just wont see anything more extraordinary for the rest of your lives.
For mastery of a sporting skill, competitive drive, and iron will to rise above the ordinary and be a superman, Tiger is it. We saw it today. All other sports human interest stories pale to nothing in comparison.
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The BBC led with Woods winning the Masters. I mean it's a big sports story, but jaysus that's a bit over the top.
I know. fuming I didn’t get my half hourly bulletin of how there’s sweet f*ck all happening with brexit.
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Delighted for him.

Really couldn't care less about his personal excursions. He never killed anyone.
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The BBC led with Woods winning the Masters. I mean it's a big sports story, but jaysus that's a bit over the top.
It isnt. It was borderline worth programme interruptions to regular programming. Ribbon text on the bottom of the screen on all channels for sure.
To be fair, a lot of people probably arent fully up to speed on the full story and its jaw dropping incredible awesomeness. Awesomeness doesnt even do it justice, and make it seem a little mundane. A new word may have to be invented to convey the full extent of this event.
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