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Darth Biscuit

Tiger Speaks

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"I knew what I was doing was wrong, but I didn't think the normal rules applied."

Wow.

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Is this a skit on SNL or an old outtake from The Chappelle show?

No, but it will be... :lol:

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When I turned it on, I felt like I was watching a TV Show.

But I was very impressed and happy with the way he handled himself. He handled this like a man, now put it away and tee up.

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Watched it at the gym. he looked pretty sad.

Hopefully the guys at ESPN who bitched for an hour that the timing was to stick it to accenture and return next week will eat crow

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It's pretty creepy how obsessed people are.

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It's pretty creepy how obsessed people are.

Yea I did not know about that story that the reporters stalked his little girl. That is just awful.

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Just tell your wife your sorry. Solve this in house.

All this tv poo is poo. "I'm sorry for doing coke with strippers in bangock gettin my dick sucked after winning my 80th tournament in a row"

Jeez enough already.

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"I did have sex with those whores. And you wish you were me.... bitches!" *drop the mic and walks away*

:smilielol5: Could you imagine the look on those reporters faces?

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