Saturday, March 20, 2010

Are Tiger and Jesse James are going to make life miserable for us "lesser" men?

I read a news story a few days ago and they were interviewing a golfer on the PGA tour (who was quoted anonymously) about Tiger. He said something to the effect that Tiger's actions will make things difficult for other golfers on the tour. He said that his wife for instance has become more suspicious saying that "if Tiger can do this, then anybody can". The golfer said that he has never cheated on his wife although there has been plenty of opportunity.

Tiger brought to light that there actually are slutty women who follow the golfers on tour and like all other sports they are looking to hook up with a professional athlete. The fact is this has been going on well before Tiger. I started playing golf at the age of 15 (30 yrs ago). Since I played high school and college golf there was a handful of guys I played with that went on to play professionally. Some of these no-name guys who were playing well before Tiger's time. I would hear stories of women conquests, drugs, partying all the things you think about when you hear NBA, NFL, MLB etc...

This Jesse James guy is even more puzzling. I first saw him on the Celebrity Apprentice last year and from the get go thought the guy was a total tool. Then on the show they say that he was married to Sandra Bullock and I had to Google it to make sure I heard it correctly. Normally I would not care about this, but I've never been able to figure out that whole "good girl, bad boy" thing. Luckily I am now engaged to a great woman, but when I was single my friends and I could never understand this phenomenon.

So what did Sandra see is this guy? She certainly didn't need his money. From watching him on Apprentice it seems like he has the personality of a mud fence. So the only thing left could be what he does to her in the bedroom.

This is why there are people that are book smart and people who are street smart. Bullock is definitely not street smart. First of all the guys name is Jesse James. If that isn't a red flag then I don't know what is. What kind of parents would intentionally name their child after one of the most famous criminals of all time? Okay so she looks past that and learns that his ex-wife is a porn star - red flag #2. Plus I don't get the body covered in tattoos kind of thing .

So we have the "good boy" Tiger who we would think would never cheat and he did and we have the "bad boy" Jesse James who we would think would cheat who did. So where does that leave us normal guys. I think a lot of guys whether they are good or bad are going to get more grief from their women. I'm not talking about guys that are cheating. I'm talking about guys who are ultra loyal and would never have an affair. A lot of women are thinking that if these celebrities who have everything in the world need to have an affair than why wouldn't my husband want to have one? I would even argue that it's easier for the normal man because they are not celebrities so they don't have to worry about the media following their every move.

It's also going to make it harder on guys that are cheating as well, which of course would not be a bad thing. However, they will figure out other ways around it. A matter of fact a new app for the iPhone called Tiger Text has come out that will erase text messages. Here's a story on it:

Want to cheat on your spouse, but not end up like Tiger Woods?

There's an app for that.

A new iPhone application called Tiger Text eliminates the possibility of damaging evidence being left behind by erasing text messages from recipients' phones.

"People text like they talk," the app's creator, Jeffery Evans, told Time. "And some of the things they say, taken out of context, can come back to haunt them."

A sender using the Tiger Text application can set how long they want the message to stay on a recipient's phone before it is deleted for good.

Users can also choose a "delete on read" setting, giving people a set time to look at the text before the message self-destructs, "Mission: Impossible" style.

Evans claims the app's name was chosen before Woods was outed as a philanderer late last year.

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