The citizens of the village are young, remarkably healthy, and the definition of physically attractive. In such an environment, flirting is as natural as breathing.
“It’s eye candy all the time. Everybody’s checking everybody else out from moment they get there,” recalled Cammi Granato, captain of the powerful U.S. Ice Hockey Team that won gold in Nagano in 1998 and silver in 2002 in Salt Lake City.
Inevitably, some athletes get beyond flirting. That’s why the Vancouver organizers have laid in a stock of 100,000 condoms, which works out to 14 for each of the 7,000 athletes, coaches, trainers and officials housed in the Games’ two villages. Apparently, skiing, skating and sliding aren’t the only activities at which Olympians excel.
In other news, Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist could very cheaply and effectively serve as abstinence education, and Kim Yu-Na and Mao Asado are AMAAAZINNNNG!