8.11.2008

I'm Pretty Sure . . .

. . . that a quinceanera (the celebration of a girl's fifteen birthday) is one of the most dangerous places in the country. There's always something breaking out at one of those things. Story. And since we are talking about young girls, don't you have to 16 to compete in the Olympics?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

The was a stabbing death at a Decatur quinceanera in the 1980s. The stabbor ended up disappearing for Mexico.

Anonymous said...

That is what the rules say -- 16 and over. Heard last night they are looking into it.

Anonymous said...

there is a 14-year-old diver in the olympics

Anonymous said...

How do you 16?

Anonymous said...

Alisha Sacramone is the most beautiful girl there.....boy was I relieved to find out she is 21. You can't tell if those little gymnasts are 12 or 22. One thing is for sure...what they do is amazing!

Anonymous said...

How fatal?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I'm pretty sure they regularly cheat on that age limit behind the Bamboo curtain. But, you can't blame 'em; it's either that or making lead-filled toys for fat, stoopid round-eyed Americans

Double Fake #1 son of Ugly American

Anonymous said...

Ahh those Mexicans...that culture is so intriguing.
Nothing like re-fried beans, body odor, pitbulls, huge beltbuckles, and 14 kids under the age of 10.

Hey.....anybody for cabrito!?!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I'm SURE the Olympic Committee is investigating the age violations--just like they investigated the past East German Men's (oops) Women's Swim Team using male hormones. Sure they "tested" the East Germans back then (with really unsophisticated tests), but there comes a point when you should be able to say--to hell with TESTS, my EYES are all I need to see and PROVE violations! I don't care about statments about "passports" etc. about the Chinese girls' ages--our EYES are all we need to PROVE the violations. Yet NOTHING will occur during the Olympics. "We wouldn't want to insult our nice (lying, cheating, stealing) host country, would we?" Typical communists. Yes, I know, there have been some upsetting revelations about U.S. athletes recently having to admit steriod use in past Olympics--but those were individuals chosing to cheat, not government-sponsored, endorsed, and approved cheating. Disgusting. Makes watching the rest of the Chinese v. U.S. girls' gymnastics valueless, which angers me on behalf of our hardworking, non-cheating girls. By the way, the East German swim team STILL has not been stripped of their medals by the Olympic powers-that-be, regardless of the proof that has now surfaced about their hormone abuse cheating.

Anonymous said...

Are donut shops run by Americans in China?

Anonymous said...

Calm down, 4:03PM.

Anonymous said...

4:38, that was so wrong. It made me laugh so hard.

Anonymous said...

Didn't I see Jimmy B hanging out by the locker room.

Anonymous said...

Cut her in half and count the rings.