Oh, I see. This is what it’s all about with guys and beach volleyball.
elaine said on August 25, 2004 at 11:43 pm
Did you happen to catch Matt Lauer this morning slobbering all over these two? The low point of the interview was his mentioning the girls’ “tush slapping” during the match and pleading, “Don’t stop, we like that!”
Sports interviewing at its finest.
deb said on August 26, 2004 at 9:45 am
i heard a couple morning DJs (male) discussing this with their news reader (female) this morning. the guys just couldn’t understand why SHE didn’t understand the male reaction to such scenes. (they also liked that beer commercial with the catfight in the fountain, which makes me want to scream.)
the guys also couldn’t grasp why women would feel comfortable skinny-dipping in a hot tub with a bottle of wine, either. men, they said, would never, ever do that. straight men, anyway. pity.
Lex said on August 26, 2004 at 11:51 am
Deb: Yeah, they would. In fact, after the wedding of a friend of mine, all of us groomsmen (and a few bridesmaids and guests) ended up skinny-dipping in the country-club hot tub, drinking bourbon and — my favorite part — singing gospel songs.
Only in the South.
deb said on August 26, 2004 at 2:28 pm
lex, that story gives me hope for the heterosexual male. and at the country club, no less! i’m impressed. but, umm…how drunk WERE you?
Mac said on August 26, 2004 at 3:35 pm
And the REALLY ironic fact about this picture is that the beach volleyball events were held on the Greek island of Lesbos.
(Okay, so I made that up.)
KCK said on August 26, 2004 at 7:58 pm
I don�t know anything about this sport, but after looking at the picture, I think I could play it. Probably ought to start out at the bottom position if all the other players are this thin, don�t want to squish my teammates.
Lex said on August 27, 2004 at 6:01 am
Deb: Drunk enough to be doing it at all but not too drunk to sing on-key. To harmonize, even.
Macon will never be the same.
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