"The Terrence Higgins Trust said competitors at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah, used 250,000 condoms during a 10-day period."
!!! OK first off ignore the stunning fact that there have ever been more than 250,000 condoms in the state of Utah in it's entire history. According to Wiki there were only 2399 athletes in the 2003 Winter games. Now I get that there isn't a direct relationship here between number of condoms "used" and number of sexual acts done, as undoubtedly not all condoms were used, not all of them went to athletes, etc. Still, even if you cut that number in half, you're talking about 50 condoms per athlete. Hell reduce it by an order of magnitude and you're still talking 10 condoms per athlete.
I know "Olympic level athlete" isn't just a marketing phrase but....wow. I mean heck, at this point why not just make it part of the games?
"And we welcome you back to the downhill slalom, where Jurgen Stenerud from Austria has just competed his run in 4:49.567. He now needs to beat Uri Ivenykof's mark of 3 women pleasured in 45:32.456 to take home the gold. Does he have a chance, Bob?"
"Well Jurgen's prowess is well spoken of in his home country, but the altitude difference here could be trouble for him. His best bet is to go for a quick one-two punch, and give himself as much time as possible to recover for the all important Third Times The Charm."
In other news, Transformers this Friday. The good news is that it seems to be a pretty decent flick, for what you should expect it to be of course. Me and all of my friends pretty much grew up on this kind of stuff, so of course we're all geeking pretty hard. We're taking the SO's as well, however, and there is real concern that if the 12 year old within us starts spazzing out too hard, they may just drop us off at the psych ward at the nearest hospital and be done with us. If this is the last diary I ever post, you'll know why.
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