Originally written on Sportress of Blogitude  |  Last updated 3/20/13

Sources are now emerging in the aftermath of the unified announcement on March 19 by Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn that the two are in fact romantically involved, and what these so-called sources are saying is that Tiger apparently “confessed everything in his past” to Vonn. Bow-chick-a-bow-wow, am I right? That conversation probably played out like a Penthouse Forum submission. Presumably, the “everything” is likely all things related to Tiger’s sordid and steamy sexual past and should be taken as a positive sign for their relationship because there wasn’t much information out there as far as details related to Tiger’s many infidelities and how else would have Vonn learned about them without Woods revealing them to her. Still, even with the tawdry reporting that occurred after the news broke following the ugly affair at the Woods-Nordegren household during that Thanksgiving weekend in 2009, it nevertheless makes sense for Woods to come clean about everything, even details that managed to elude the gossip hounds during those heady days of daily salacious developments. I mean, how else is Vonn going to come up with new comedy material about Tiger’s sexual escapades? The old material is probably getting pretty stale after this amount of time. Be that as it may, the source told Us Weekly that “They’re a really happy couple — not living together yet,” and that as far as his legendary philandering is concerned, the source says that “He confessed everything in his past to her and stuff – they’re really into each other.” Well, that’s nice to hear. TweetThe post Us Weekly reports that Tiger Woods ‘confessed everything’ to Lindsey Vonn appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

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