Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Read about Tiger Woods in spite of myself

Saw that his wife, Elin, called the mistress. When the mistress picked up and asked who it was, Elin said "You know who it is. You're fucking my husband."

I, for one, would have responded "I'm sorry, you're going to have to be more specific."

who also notes that Elin is staying with Tiger, but has insisted that the prenup be revised. I like this woman.


Robin Edgar said...

So just how many husbands, other than your own of course, *are* you fucking these days? ;-)

Sorry CC but you kind of left yourself wide open for that one. :-)

Robin Edgar said...

Oh come on.

Be a sport. ;-)

I mean it *is* funny, and no cruder than some of the things that come out of the mouths of "less than excellent" U*U ministers, to say nothing of yourself. . .

Here's a big fat U*U four letter word joke I most serendipitously came across in the UU blog graveyard minutes ago. . .

A refined older woman walks into a print shop and asks the man if she could have some business cards made up.

"Sure what that would be easy, what would you like printed on it?"

She opens her purse and hands that man a slip of paper, on which is written FUCK ME 207-985-3700.

The printer is taken aback,

"I can't ptint this I'd be run out of town, I would have expected more from a woman of your standing!"

She too is shocked, but by his response, and while leaving his shop says "the members of the First Unitarian Church of Kennebunk, Maine will hear about this!"

Forgive me for correcting some typos and otherwise cleaning up this dirty U*U joke.

Chalicechick said...


Ummm... The joke you made about me with your first post is what I was implying with my post. I'm not, in real life, fucking anyone's husband but by own. It was a bit of slightly silly self-deprecating humor.


epilonious said...

Loved the post and the joke, CC.

Chalicechick said...

Ok, I'm glad that other people got that that initial post was a joke. TheCSO thought it was hilarious, but his sense of humor is not a universal one.

epilonious said...

I guess the thing that was so fascinating to me was the media and editorial/pr-firm commentary that pretty much reinforced "You should/have-to tell us everything Tiger, otherwise we're gonna find out and be mean to you about it" and it seemed, well, rude to go on and on like that about a man who seemed very private.

Then I read the one editorial by Charles P. Pierce in Esquire ( which basically showed that Tiger created a media cocoon to protect a corporate brand image and just how badly the whole esca(p/l)ade cracked it open...

Now I'm more in the "Tiger got some 'splainin to do" camp.

Chalicechick said...

I don't personally need all the details, but I understand other people's curiosity.

At this point, I'm surprised when men in powerful positions DON'T have mistresses.


Lois said...

I got your joke, CC

Lois said...

I first heard Robin's joke when I was a little girl. It is very old.

Robin Edgar said...

Be assured that I got your joke CC, that *should* be clear from my waggish response to it. I just decided to have a little bit more fun with your self-deprecating humour by *pretending* to take it at face value. The emoticons should have made it clear that I was just teasing you. If you post crude ribald humour to your blog you can expect people to go with the flow as it were.

I am sure that the joke I found in the U*U blog graveyard is quite old. The best part of it is that there actually is a "First Unitarian Church" in Kennebunk Maine. As with my response to CC's joke I hope that I have added a bit more to the humour by updating it and expanding on it a bit, including adding an email address and an actual U*U slogan and some more waggish info to the text on the F.U.C.K. U*U's business card.

Elz said...

I got the jokes, I liked the jokes.

I agree with Epilonious about the corporate brand. It's not fair to pretend you have a private life when you're out there selling things by selling yourself. OTH, I do agree that people push him for more than maybe he should be required to share. Whatever happened to that old phrase, "Malicious gossip?" The issue is not whether or not it's true, it's whether or not you put time into feeling superior to someone else and spreading your self-righteousness.

DairyStateDad said...

I'm in the camp that says, When Tiger is married to a woman who's almost as hot as DairyStateMom, what the heck is he doing looking anywhere else?

But I do love your comeback line, CC.

Chalicechick said...

((((I just decided to have a little bit more fun with your self-deprecating humour by *pretending* to take it at face value. )))

So telling people they've "left themselves wide open" for you to make the exact same joke they just made is your idea of a good time?