Have you read the excerpts from Elin Nordegren Woods' interview with People magazine?
They're mind-numbingly boring!
Those of us hoping Nordegren would unleash her fury over her very recent divorce and Tiger Woods' infidelity will have to make due with her bland, careful answers: The 30-year-old mother of two remained classy and respectful, and even sounded forgiving of her ex throughout the entire four-day interview.
It's likely Nordegren was bound by the divorce settlement -- a rumored $100 million -- from spilling any really juicy details. Here's what we think Elin Nordegren would say after a glass of wine or two ...
Allow us to expand on Ms. Nordegren's responses:
When asked how she is coping with the scandal:
What she said: "I've been through hell ... I have been through the stages of disbelief and shock to anger and ultimately grief over the loss of the family I so badly wanted for my children."
What she meant: I'm sad, but do you know what makes it a whole lot worse? Reading about it every day in the stupid tabloids.
When asked how much money she received in the divorce settlement:
What she said: "Money can't buy happiness or put my family back together."
What she meant: Money can buy happiness. I'll never have to work again. And my family is more than enough provided for. But if I tell you that, everyone will call me "money-grubbing."
When asked how she plans to move on from the divorce:
What she said: "My immediate plan is for the kids and me to continue to adjust to our new situation. I am going to keep taking classes, but my main focus is to try to give myself time to heal."
What she meant: We're going to spend that money, of course.
When asked how Tiger hid his infidelity from her:
What she said: "I'm so embarrassed that I never suspected [his affairs] -- not a one."
What she meant: Who could keep track of all those women?
When asked if she believed that her marriage to Tiger was "real":
What she said: "The word betrayal is just not strong enough ... I have been through the stages of disbelief and shock to anger and ultimately grief over the loss of the family I so badly wanted for my children."
What she meant: "The word betrayal is just not strong enough ... I have been through the stages of disbelief and shock to anger and ultimately grief over the loss of the family I so badly wanted for my children."
(*This is such a sad answer -- no translation needed.)
When asked if she beat up Tiger with a golf club:
What she said: "There was never any violence inside or outside our home. The speculation that I would have used a golf club to hit him is just truly ridiculous."
What she meant: You bet I did.
Joking aside, it's nice to see that Nordegren has no intention of being a celebrity and simply wants to remain a private person. In fact, this will be a one-time only discussion of her side of the story.
You know what this means? We'll just have to get our Tiger dirt elsewhere!
What did you think of Elin's interview?
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