No sex, no drugs, no wine, no women, no fun, no sin, no you no wonder it’s dark…
Since the end of the steroid era in women’s Olympic games, the girls have become noticeably hotter, even if still ripped and perhaps enhancing on other types of performance enhancers. This ain’t your daddy’s Olympics anymore with East German bulkheads in skin tight pleather.
And, since this is the time to be picking favorites, we’re picking Lolo Jones, the hottie virgin hurdler who stretches her legs like a far more experienced lady. Oh, the many ways in which I’d like her to beat me senseless with her inner thighs.
Lolo competed over the weekend in the final warmups to the Olympics, at a competition in France where she flexed her muscular frame, still feminine before and after events, in between mighty athletic grunting. And those super snug Spandex shorts. Just heavenly. Or, Olympian. Enjoy.
It’s Thursday and that can only mean one thing, well, two things if you count the fact that it’s also the day I spend an hour staring sheepishly into the window of the pedicure place down the street watching random women’s toes be painted. But the more important thing is the Sextastic Twitpic Roundup, where we gather together the finest in the past week of hot celebrity meets ego meets cell phone cameras and find the best of the best in the world of the self-published pictures.
This week’s Roundup includes some seriously hot bums on the part of Arianny Celeste, Sara Jean Underwood at E3, Olympic virgin hottie Lolo Jones, some benevolent cleavage from Jamie Lynn Spears, bikini pictures from the likes of Selena Gomez, Alicia Keys, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner, Fergie, and a ton more bits of self-picked hotness. Check it all out, I dare you. Enjoy.
Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones is all over the place right now, after she admitted that at 29-years-old, she’s still a virgin. The idea itself isn’t so shocking, until you look at Jones. She’s beautiful, and clearly strong with her belief.
Lolo isn’t the first track and field athlete to turn heads, or become an internet star. Remember pole vaulter Allison Stokke? I thought so.
So we’re doing what we can to better introduce you to Lolo; it’s a public service, really.