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Lindsey Vonn needs a reality check.
She is a skier. In the grand scheme of things there are probably 30 sports people care more about than skiing. Before she dated Tiger Woods she was probably known by 10% of the general population and wouldn’t be considered a superstar. She certainly wouldn’t be getting this type of attention if she wasn’t dating him.
So, she needs to relax on the whining about how tough it is dating Woods.
“I can be normal by myself; no one notices me,” she said. “But wherever he’s around, we’re living in a fishbowl. I didn’t quite know what I was getting myself into. It’s weird. But it’s just something I have to deal with. He has his job, and I have mine. I just have to get used to it.”
“Some people seem to forget that I’m not just Tiger’s girlfriend,” Vonn said. “I’m actually a successful athlete. I’m Lindsey. I have my own career and my own life.”
Cry me a river, Vonn knew exactly what she was doing when she got with Tiger. Hopefully Tiger realizes it as well, but I doubt he does.
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