Well the medals have all been handed out and the London 2012 Olympics have had their closing ceremony. It’s going to be another four years before we can witness the drama that is the Summer Olympics. But it’s clear that the Olympic committee has learned a thing or two from past Olympic games.
With 10,500 athletes participating in the London Olympics, the Daily Mail reports that one record breaking incident failed to receive a medal. The London Olympics handed out 150,000 condoms to beat out the 100,000 that Beijing handed out in 2008. Recent memory reminds that the 100,000 condoms provided at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics failed to meet demand and the supply ran out prompting an emergency supply of condoms to be flown into the Olympic village in Vancouver. The Olympic committee really took safe sex seriously with the additional 50,000 condoms for the London games. It’s a good thing too.
Olympic Gold Medalist Hope Solo of the United States women’s soccer team had this to say about all the hidden events at Olympics: “There’s a lot of sex going on at the Olympics. I’ve seen people having sex out in the open, getting down and dirty on grass between buildings.”
It looks like the event most practiced at the Olympics didn’t need a medal ceremony to be the most popular sport at the Olympic games! In Nature’s Olympic event it doesn’t matter what place you come in, only that you cum. Keep yourself healthy and remember to protect your Olympic Member!