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Breaking: Tiger Woods Affair Tour 2010, via BoneTown devs


11:40 AM on 04.16.2010
Breaking: Tiger Woods Affair Tour 2010, via BoneTown devs photo



From D-Dub Software, the devs of horny PC game BoneTown, comes Tiger Woods Affair Tour 2010. This comes in cooperation with viral video kings eBaum Nation.

Naturally, this is a parody of Tiger Woods' recent and well-publicized, scandalous life. You'll be able to sleep with pornstars, get drunk, and even fight with other golfers at nightclubs. Brilliant!

One sponsor of the game is the  online magazine SoCalGlamourGirls. In this game, players can check out SoCalGlamourGirls' model Michelle Bombshell, who was recently in the news for her alleged affair with Jesse James, which produced another celebrity cheating scandal. Smut on top of smut!

This game, a subset of the full adult game BoneTown, can now be downloaded at eBaumNation (NSFW!). For Free. I wonder what Tiger thinks of all of this.






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