OT: Golf Digest cover

Submitted by QuarterbackU on December 11th, 2009 at 10:44 PM

Apologies if this has already been posted here, but this is worth some laughs...I LOL'd once I saw the headline and noticed the position of the two individuals on the cover...

Comments

Mfan1974

December 12th, 2009 at 12:03 AM ^

Obama needs tutored on how to get 20 something fat white chicks. I awoke to NBC Today show and there was #11, some hair dresser from NBC channel Bravo talking about how it was only right that she came out to the world.........STOP, PLEASE, WE DON'T CARE. TIGER CAN GET HIS NUTTERS OFF ON ANY CHICK HE WANTS. IT DOESN'T MAKE MY LIVE ANY BETTER OR WORSE. But if I'm him, I gotta check myself: high class a** only. WTF.

Muttley

December 12th, 2009 at 2:00 PM ^

The cash-strapped media will play this as long as it attracts ratings. I'm guilty of indulging in the intrigue, too. I keep thinking that the story is about to run out of legs only to find myself reading another diary about it and adding my pontification to the thread. It's not like we have an upcoming bowl game to fill the time.

M-Wolverine

December 12th, 2009 at 1:45 AM ^

Or his readers:

"Q: I just got the new Golf Digest in the mail. Did you see the cover? It may be the best example of unintentional comedy ever. You have Obama lining up a putt and Tiger standing behind him as his caddy. The headline reads, "10 Tips Obama Can Take From Tiger." To make this even better, Tiger answers a question from a reader that asks him how life is on the road now that he has a family.
-- John, Hull, Mass.

SG: It's the single funniest magazine cover since Sports Illustrated's "Sportsman of the Year" cover of McGwire and Sosa. I also think it's going to have legs when you consider the date (January 2010) and the headline itself. What could be a stranger and more improbable combo given the timing? Clinton and O.J. in July 1994? What an incredible stroke of bad luck (for Obama) and good luck (for everyone else). Although I think even Obama would find this funny. I am almost positive."

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