Oh how funny

Tiger Mallard has definitely got to get this iPhone App, it is even named after him.

Do you frequently make bad-decision texts ? the kind of texts that likely show up on Texts From Last Night? Well, then, you should probably download TigerText, a new iPhone app that will let you delete those digital mistakes from another person?s phone.

TigerText [iTunes link], which was released yesterday, could be a boon for cheating politicians and foolishly sexting teens alike, according to founder Jeffrey Evans, who claims that he named the app before the Tiger Woods scandal. ?People text like they talk,? Evans told Time. ?And some of the things they say, taken out of context, can come back to haunt them.?

In order to avoid said haunting, you may download this app and, upon texting your mistress/NSA buddy/boss (accidentally) the recipient will receive a prompt to install TigerText. After doing so, your mistress/NSA buddy/boss can read the text, but he/she/it won?t be able to store it. The text will then disappear from your phone and all servers. You can also set the text so that it will delete 60 seconds after being read ? you know, like in Mission Impossible.

I wonder if Tiger can get a bulk discount for “Cancer” and “Mangrove”. If they had a Blackberry version the whole of parliament would be downloading it.