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Tiger Woods syndrome

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Tiger Woods

PSYCHOLOGY

A term coined after the revelation of Tiger Woods multiple1 extramarital relationships. Drs Brun and Richards, authors of the book, Tiger Woods Syndrome, define it as a condition characterised by artificial intimacy, based on charm and physical attraction. Once interest in a particular partner’s superficial features fades, the man–usually a high profile celebrity2 seeks (prowls) new partners, to ‘chase the high’

1Simultaneously mind you, what a man 2E.g., Clinton (I…did…not…have…sex…with…that …woman), Michael Jordan, Bruce Springsteen, etc. A brief perusal of Tiger’s most recent list of ‘conquests’ indicates he boinked pretty much anything with a skirt, including waitresses, hookers, porn stars and sundry white trash who were if anything, the exact opposite of Elin Nordegren who seems to be a real class act. Why eat Kobe prime from the home grill when you can get White Castle any place or time you want it? Good golfer.  Shite person

Reference tigerwoodssyndrome.hcibooks.com

SPORTS MEDICINE

A facetious coinage for skull fractures caused by young novice golfers with poor aim and/or wild swings, who first began playing after Tiger Wood’s win in the 1997 Masters Tournament

Reference USN&WR, 11/5/98, p14  

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