The Olympics are coming. I’ve already covered the soon to be big story on doping. In fact we should start a UvT pool to lay money down on which sport will see the first illegal substance abuser. Track & Field and Cycling are even money. Weightlifting? Boxing? Wrestling? Archery? We’re not here to talk about that though. We’re here to talk about the one sport where this is reasonable.
What is a sport really about when whatever that chick is doing scores you points? I’ll tell you what though, that calf and thigh are right. On the list of “porn before the internet”, Womens gymnastics is right between the aforementioned “Kiana Tom Flex Appeal” and trying to make heads or tails (literally) out of the scrambled porn channel. So ladies, if you are ready to show em what cha working wit…raise your hands.
Well then lets carry on…and I see you on the far right.
Gymnasts let you know the ass piece is just another muscle. It can be developed. Sure, these little ladies look a little skrong in competition…no hips, shoulders a bit too wide for comfort, but their are just laying the foundation down for the future. Don’t believe me?
Fine, let’s go old school. Dominique Dawes. Here’s Atlanta 1996.
A little on the slim side, but I appreciate the flexibility. Here she is now.
See? She filled out nicely.
Fine, another example. Betty Okino. I mean she was in the olympics in what? 88 and 92?
Sure, her abs are about as diesel as the j’s here…but once again, you gotta project the future…you gotta have that eye.
Bam. She’s bad. Still not convinced? Angle 2?
She’s still got the abs. You feeling me now? Oh and as an added bonus? She can stil do this.
That might be the first upside down triple tuck™.
Betty, holla at your boy Brock if you’re out there.
When I was writing this last night, something wasn’t right. When I was driving into Us Versus Them HQ, something wasn’t right. Then Will pinpointed it for me in the comments…
These chicks are too young. Look, my boys know, I like a fresh faced pretty young thang, but they gotta be legal. I’m from the ATL, but I’m not cool with statutory being set at 16 years old in that state…I’m not a “old enough to bleed, old enough for me dude” (worst phrase ever), I’m no Humbert Humbert, no Mark Chmura, you feel me?
Then I realized, the Olympics are like leap year. There is a four year gap, and a lot of things change in four years. I’m talking about 1988, 1992, and 1996 where checking the tail piece of a 16 to 18 year old chick was cool. It’s 2008. My perspective is all off. I’m much younger in leap years than I am in real years…does that make it cool? Nah, it doesn’t. I guess it is Beach Volleyball and swimming for me in 2008.
There. I feel better. Betty Okino is still bad though.