RYAN LOCHTE…I am clearly late to the game… as is his style. But I can move on without commenting on his pink Speedo or his green sequins high tops, or his collection of diamonds only to be rivaled by the entire hip hop industry. I would like to focus on his insane swimming ability, crazy body, and his ability to make the same four facial expressions. I would like to talk about all those points, BUT I would more than anything like to address his love grills: his diamond retainer adorned with the American flag. This is just stupid, end of discussion. Grills were MAYBE cool/ acceptable in 2006/2007, and that was really hit or miss. Anyway, it clashed with his medal, and as Coco Chanel as once quoted “ …look in the mirror and remove one accessory”
THAT’S WHAT THEY SAID…
The announcers for the Olympics are some of the most bizarre sports casters EVER. Their comedic timing is bizarre, their side notes about the teams are completely unnecessary, and their factoids are completely random. But their comments are HILLARIOUS if taken out of context, which is why this twitter account is the funniest one yet…. THAT’S WHAT THE OLYMPICS SAID @TWTOlympicsSaid.
I feel little to no level of comfort in repeating what I read, but I do feel okay in sharing this screen shot:
Ah fans! Your devoted love and passion for your countries and their athletes is beyond amazing. Some of the gear these passionate fans wear make me smile…and cringe! Why must fans always be so tacky? The snuggie flag suit is by far the best one, hands down. These people give their countries a terrible rap, but they allow for so many laughs…and people like me to laugh at them. So at the XXX (who let this happen?) Olympians I present to you the Gold, Silver, and Bronze of the “Patriotism Nose Dive - THE Finals”
Bronze: Crazy lady that loves all of England’s old real estate.
Silver: Again, those Brits sure do have love for the motherland. Nothing shows love like a flag-snuggie.
Gold: ‘MERICA! Dedication is not showing your face and reducing the ability to breath well. BRING HOME THE GOLD…what does that make our gold medal count now? 1 million? Yea, cool.