Every year, beautiful bodies

That should be every FOUR years of course, but can’t change it anymore… Damn.

If you’re searching for nice, partially naked bodies to watch without being ashamed about it, just watch the Games. Maybe you watch them especially for the bodies. Either way, here’s a little guide for those who like tasty meat:

The Men:

Watch! Gymnastics. Yes. Especially if you go for the shoulders. Those little suits are really tight and show enough muscles to charm you. Those who dangle at the rings have really impressive shoulders. If you think that is too much, watch the other guys, less muscles but still… Still… Ahh.

Disappointing. Those swimmers are so well-built, but how disappointing to watch them swim! They enter is oversized jackets, goggles and what I call a bath hat. They jump in the water. They swim. You see nothing but their waving arms and their bath hats going up and down and maybe a piece of their back or belly. Only when they get out of the water, the fun starts… Their bodies are AWESOME. Very nice. As we say, a ‘caress for the eye’. But you have to wait until the competition’s over. Timing is everything.

Don’t watch! Equestrian wipes out every difference between men and women. Watch this only if you like horses or androgyny.

Man? Woman? Who will tell?

The Women:

Watch! The obligatory uniform for beach volley is the bikini, plus, they are athletes so they are very streamlined. Nice.

Disappointing. Yes, gymnastic’s area is filled with young girls, but some of them look like children, and their robot moves are not very charming. I mean, they do incredible things, but they lack emotions. A smile on a gymnast’s face is rather unique. Combined with those curt, sharp moves, this is rather disappointing. And those hands… Always so… cramped.

Charming!

Don’t watch! Swimming women wear bath suits that cover up everything feminine, their shoulders are really muscular… I can imagine that men are most likely to be scared of women who are obviously stronger than they are. So I would not recommend watching these competitions.

Enjoy the Games everyone!

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Every four years, patriotism

Once every four years, I’m a really interested in sports like hockey and rowing and stuff like that. Yes, every four years I spend too much time watching tv and feeling like all the world is one big family. That’s what makes the Games so special: the entire world is watching, and it feels cosy. Of course we all just one the first place for ourselves, but even then it’s a cosy feeling. And suddenly, you become an expert in a certain sport you don’t even do yourself. The grades of gymnastics is no longer a mysterious number for me, and I can easily say if a dismount was good or bad.

Gaelle Mys doing incredible things during the qualifications of gymnastics. She’s not made the finals. *sob*

It all started four years ago for me. I was fourteen then, I had never really cared about the Games because I didn’t really know what it was. But four years ago, I was hooked. Suddenly there was platform diving (Google translate product… if it’s the wrong name, please let me know) on tv. Suddenly unknown Belgian talents appeared and we won medals! Belgium is quite a divided country. Three languages are spoken here, and next to that there’s a great difference between the attitudes of mind. But on two occasions, we are real Belgians: when we’re abroad, and when there’s a great sports event going on with booming Belgians. The no one cares about language at all. All Belgian athletes battle for all of us. If one of them wins, we’ll say that ‘we’ have a medal. Which is slightly unfair for the athletes, but okay.

Row, row, row your boat… This man was kick-ass!

Because of my joy four years ago, I couldn’t ignore the Games now either. I’ve seen the opening ceremony though I wasn’t at home. I’ve seen a few Belgian people now, going from badminton to hockey to table-tennis and so on. The man who represented us in the table-tennis competition had his seventh Games now. Imagine! Unfortunately, we’re mostly not good enough to win a medal, but at least we defend ourselves. Our hockey ladies had their first Olympic battle against the Dutch hockey ladies, who won gold in China… Plus: all of them are still studying. They’re no full-time hockiers and yet they almost survived the first part of the game without a Dutch goal… (Until right before the break the Dutchies suddenly scored a goal.)

The burden of at least 112 kg… He ended up on the twelfth place.

I mean, we’re not always the top of the top, but we won’t let ourselves be easily beaten. And for that, I want to honour all our dear Belgian athletes!
Oh, and in a few days, I’ll be going on a holiday with friends. WHY on earth are we traveling NOW? What was I thinking? What the hell was I thinking?

What sports are you following? You do follow the Games, right? Which athletes are defending your country’s honour? Babble to me, dears. Let it go!