Thursday, August 28, 2008

Sex and the City Olympics. Part Two

Follow up to this story we "reported" about a few weeks ago:

"Tomorrow night thousands of young men and women with the most fit, toned bodies in the world will mingle for the last time before they fly home. What might they get up to?" (

We're all about the moral decline of the human race this week, and by week we mean always.

Some quotes from the article:
"I played my first Games in Barcelona in 1992 and got laid more often in those two and a half weeks than in the rest of my life up to that point." ... "Women from all the countries of the world: muscular, virile, athletic and oozing estrogen. I spent so much time in a state of lust that I could have passed out."
"It was not just the guys. The women, too, seemed in thrall to their hormones, throwing around daring glances and dynamite smiles like confetti."
"Once we were eliminated from our respective competitions, we lunged at each other like suicidal fencers. There may have been a fair amount of gay sex going on, too - but given the notorious homophobia in sport it was rather more covert."
"When it comes to sex, it simply means that those in relationships no longer recognize, or at least ignore, the boundaries of fidelity and honesty that underpin human monogamy. Philosophers call it moral relativism; the rest of us call it hypocrisy."
...And EIGN calls it SINNING. (it is possible that we are just bitter because we can't get into the olympic village, so our frustration manifests itself as moral supremacy.)

Also, Pete says hi. He would have posted this himself, but he's really lazy.

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