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I don’t even know what to say. LOL.
LOL- I know right it’s quite the video 🙂
That is pretty amazing. I love how the high jump pole is blurred out at one point, too. You can tell they had fun making this, which is good. I had fun watching it.
It is a lot of fun 🙂
I know right?
Why were those shorts hanging up there if the intention wasn’t to slip into them, mid-air, and come down wearing them? Now, that would be a hell of an underwear commercial!
It reminded me, though, that the original Olympic contests were fought naked, because the Greeks thought the ultimate beauty was the human body–especially one that was active and involved in a contest of strength. Even wrestling was done naked.
I thought the same thing, Keri. It would have been great to see him slide right into them. I think we should go back to the original naked Olympics, well at least the summer games 🙂
French = Weird