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This video is really funny. The anchors literally laugh until they cry at how stupid he is when they cut away from the interview. Seriously, enjoy.
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This post was edited by FSUBone 12 months ago
That's a link to the article and the vid is on there.
It's pretty great, here's a different link.
Lochte says, "if I'm a man at night, I have to be a man in the morning"
Male anchor, post interview, while she's losing it, "How are they going to put together 13 weeks of programming?"
Lochte was promoting his upcoming reality show “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” and it seems these newscasters just couldn’t help but laugh…at Lochte’s expense.
This post was edited by FSULaura 12 months ago
Thanks for fixing that. I tried to post that from my phone via a copied link from fb. I guess I goofed up. Thanks again, that was the link I tried to post.
Dude has got to be THE DUMBEST MOTHERF***ER EVER. There are no words
After hearing the interview, I think the show will be about how much of a moron he is . They can cut it anyway they want. I used to love to watch the jersey shore because of the level of moronic behavior was entertaining partially because they weren't in on the joke.
Yep. However, like Terry Bradshaw, he will laugh all the way to the bank. I won't watch it.
The guy isn't the brightest, everyone knows that, but I don't think this instance was any worse than any other interview he's given considering the questions asked to him. The show is no different than anything else being shown on MTV etc.
This post was edited by fsukum 12 months ago
Except Terry Bradshaw just plays a dummy. No way this dude's schtick is an act. The interview was funny as hell though. Thanks for posting.
OT board plz.
Not even true....I used to hate MTV shows but they have at least 2 good shows now:
1. World of Jenks (guy who helps people from disadvantaged backgrounds or disabled in some way and follows their lives)
2. Nitro Circus Live (bunch of X game types that don't care if they fall or not they do the craziest, ballsiest things I've ever seen...they even have a guy in a wheel chair who's not afraid to do flips on a half pipe despite his handicap)
BTW, in that "model" shot of Lochte it looks like the boat could say "RAPE GATOR" too funny.
I think he makes tebow look like the smartest person. This guy literally might be the dumbest person in the world. And uf fans are still obsessed with him.
This post was edited by duvalnole 12 months ago
In one interview during the olympics, they asked him if he had a pre-swim ritual...he said that he always pisses in the pool before each race-- It just happens naturally. I find him kind of funny, actually. Hate that he was a Gator (and that he choked last year)...def. more of a Phelps fan.
This post was edited by andy88c 12 months ago
This guy is dumb as rocks http://florida.247sports.com/Video/905176
I don't think he choked, just bit off a little more than he can chew. People have no clue how hard what Phelps did really is. To swim that many races in 1 weeks time is beyond superhuman, that is why swimmers dial it down at the Olympics and only swim there very best events. By the way pissing in the pool is not that uncommon.
Agreed. I mean you can say you do, but until you've done some swimming of your own, it's impossible to appreciate it. I go through phases where I swim to stay in shape. I don't swim all that fast and only do 20 laps. Once, I swam in the morning and after work I decided to do it again. That second workout was ridiculously hard. I did not think my muscles would still be that tired 12 hours later.
I was wrong.
It was at that moment when I realized how difficult it must have been for Phelps to have done what he did. The thought of swimming at that high a level multiple times a day seemed impossible, especially vs the best in the world and beating them.
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