There have been a few items I want to call out here because I find them particularly interesting. First up is this collection of synchronized swimmers faces from buzzfeed.com.
|Insert phallus here|
I've got some other items of note for you including some controversial moments after the jump!
There are really too many interesting things to list here, so in random order here is what I think you should know about.
Serena Williams does a victory Crip Walk
Korean Fencer gets screwed the wrong wayThis one is a little more serious. South Korean fencer Shin A Lam was leading the defending champion Britta Heidemann by a single point with one second left in the match. All she had to do was remain untouched for 1 second and she'd win, sounds easy enough right? Luck was not on Lam's side when the 15 year old working the timer forgot to start it when the match resumed, giving Britta Heidemann plenty of time to score a point and win the match!
|I don't have the heart to poke any fun at this one|
US Rower is well hung
I have a new hobby, posting on T's facebook wall. I know he enjoy hot dudes and cock, and he happens to have a legion of loyal followers who consistently reinforce my posting of hot man meat there. Below is my best picture to date, a US rowing team accepting their bronze medals. The dude 2nd from the left is Henrik Rummel (even his name makes him sound well hung) standing there smug for good reason. Zoom in and get a good look. Homophobes skip this section because it will only leave you angry and aggravated.
|"This is me and I swear it's not erect!|
I don't know why it ended up in that position but there you go."
"These little nappy headed hoes need a perminator" - Nicki MinajLastly I leave you with another US Olympian, Gabby Douglas. She won gold in the all around gymnastics competition which immediate set off every brotha and sista with a twitter account. You'd think they were reveling in the fact African Americans continue to dominate in any sport not involving water, but no there was a matter much more pressing....
Yes, her hair was what many chose to recognize first before even getting around to the gold medal performance. Not being black and growing up around very little racial diversity I don't have a lot of first hand empathy to add to this. I do have a couple of black friends and that is enough to know that black hair isn't a laughing matter. Once on another teawithlemon.com post, Marja (half black by association) commented on some rough looking hair once and was immediately pounced on by T's outspoken Jamaican friend C.J. in the comments section (she posted as Weave Believer) with "Don't go there girl, DON'T GO THERE!" as if Marja had no right to comment. That was enough for me to know that this is a topic I have no business commenting on... so I'll let the picture above (poached from sarcasmsociety.com) do the talking. I will say, I thought nothing about her hair until Marja alerted me to the controversy.
Douglas should have simply said "This is me... I don't know how it ended up in that position, but there you go!"