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For He WAS a Jolly Good Fellow

tigerToday is Tiger Woods birthday.  If you're friends with Tiger, what the heck do you get that guy THIS year?!  Actually I think it's probably hard to find him a gift any time.  The guy has made more than a billion (yes, BILLION) dollars over his career.  It seems like he probably owns everything he wants already. However, this year is probably even more challenging considering his current situation. I don't really feel sorry for Tiger.  Obviously, he shouldn't have gotten married in the first place.  He could have remained a very "active" bachelor for another ten or fifteen years before getting hitched.  There's nothing wrong with that plan--just ask Derek Jeter.  However, once Tiger got married he should have no longer been on the prowl. Back to the main topic here.  What the heck do you buy Tiger?  There are so many greeting cards these days I wonder if they have one for Tiger's situation? Here are some suggestions: Outside of card:  Another year has gone by pretty fast... Inside of card: ...But not as fast as some of the women you've been running with these last few months. Too harsh?  Is this any better? Outside of card:  It's your birthday! Inside of card:  Hopefully you won't lose any endorsements today. No?  Okay, this one should do it: Outside of card: An important message on your birthday -- Some days you'll sink your putt easily and on other days you'll end up in the sand trap. Inside of card: In this upcoming year remember getting it in the hole should not be your only goal in life.  You should think about golf too.

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StarryGift | Wedding gifts and collectibles of Chinese and Western styles... Nice post. Thanks for sharing....
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I like the 3rd card the best!
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