What I Have Learned From The 2016 Olympics
What I have learned from the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio is that not only is it OK to look at all the female athletes and their butts, but I think that it's what they want me to do.
First of all, I think I should have married a gymnast.
However, I am never sure how old all the girls on the gymnastics team are, so I watch for a couple of minutes, shamefully, then I move on. What I have learned is that I am pretty sure that they want you to look at all of the female athletes' butts and I have proof.
If they did not want us to look, then they would not be flying through the air like this, I mean, LOOK AT THIS! COME ON! How am I not supposed to notice that it looks like I am getting a free show?
And this is what butts must look like in space, so it's educational.
This girl wanted people to look at her butt so bad, that she gave us two angles.
I don't mean to be vulgar, but they even have girl-on-girl action at the Olympics, and everyone is completely cool about it. Look at the people in the background, they're clapping.
They even have piles of butts!
If they did not want us to look at the female beach volleyball players' butts then why do they keep pointing at their butts?
Seriously?!?! As I gathered all of these pictures, I had to look at dozens of these pictures that are just of their butts.
And these are just the ones that I liked! They are literally pointing at their own butts, it would be rude not to look!
They love butts so much at the Olympics that they even grab each others' butts. Look at that! That is not a pat, that is a handful of butt!
So that is what I have learned from the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Men, you're welcome.