Can You Win a Gold Medal for Fornication?

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[Editor’s Note: This is not a satire. I only wish it were.]

Maybe fornication is not yet an official Olympic sport, but it certainly seems to be the sport of the Olympics. In anticipation of a whole lot of rumpy-pumpy going on, Olympics organizers plan to hand out 110,000 condoms, and put a basketful of condoms next to every toilet, when the Winter Games open in South Korea next week (

That averages out to 37.6 rubbers per athlete. I guess they aren’t expecting to have much else to do in the Olympic Village. Anyone for a game of Clue?

Organizers attribute the anticipated increase in fornication to “more use of dating apps.” I think that means the, er, athletes use some little hand-held gizmo to facilitate hookups.

In addition to being saturated with Far Left globalist politics, the Olympics is also as dirty as can be. And it’s not just the fornication. Anybody notice the doctor for the American “women’s” (girls, actually) gymnastic team getting packed off to prison? And then there are the performance-enhancing drugs… which lead to some really cringe-inducing injuries which can be seen on youtube.

I’d be terribly disappointed in myself if I couldn’t think of at least 500 things to do instead of watching the Olympics.

8 comments on “Can You Win a Gold Medal for Fornication?

  1. Sure, why not a Olympic contest for who can copulate the longest before an ejaculation – it would probably be the most watched, recorded, and talked about event of the Games. I was at the Montreal Summer Olympics in 1976 and was thrilled to cheer on Bruce Jenner who won the Gold for the Decathlon. The fact he has now mutilated himself into think he is a woman seems symbolic of the whole Olympic Games franchise. I, for one, will not be watching it.

  2. I’m old enough to remember a time when baseball players and other athletes were warned by their coaches and managers to “stay away from booze and broads” before an important game. Now I guess athletes will have to be warned to stay away from games before an important booze and broads (or bums) session.

    I’m also old enough to think the previous way was more interesting.

  3. I was tempted to say this world couldn’t get any crazier or sleazier – until I saw this:

    Please watch the video embedded within this article. This is progress? This is the age of technology? This is the age where a black screen can substitute for a real human relationship and where cameras and internet ‘likes’ and ‘thumbs up’ can take the place of human interaction. I’m mortified and saddened. And all I can say is Please. Come, Lord Jesus!

  4. It seems that fornication has become an essential human right in the eyes of many. Sickening.

    I have no idea of why, but for some reason I stopped getting notifications today.

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