It’s that special year again. You know, that time when a bunch of people pretend to care about sports that are really not that interesting. And you get to watch gymnastics -the things those people do are actually pretty amazing. While your televisions might be tuned in on some of the most boring excuses for sports, your hearts are definitely set on a victory for your home country. While that blind patriotism might feel nice, perhaps the most interesting thing to come out of the Olympics this year are the memes. Specifically, here are the top 10 best Olympic memes out there now.
Ma Long may not be such a bad name to have over in China, but when you are national TV and your country’s name is reduced to the letters “CHN,” you have to expect something like this. This just goes to show how creative online viewers can be.
The Olympics prides itself in bringing together the best athletes from around the world and letting them compete in the name of their country. For this one Ethiopian contestant, it doesn’t seem like they got the best of the beset. Instead, it looks like they sought out the “average joe.” Apparently, there is a story behind this – he was injured prior to the Olympics, put on weight, but still was allowed to compete.
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Everyone has to love something. At least it is better for him to get excited about swimming than some of the other things out there today.
When you are the King of the Netherlands, you really don’t care about what other people might think. His country is probably not winning at this moment anyways, so he has to pass the time somehow.
Most people understand this feeling all too well. If this guy ever does get to do anything though, he will be pretty famous.
Look at it this way. Some of these countries are so messed up now that you are really a lot better off not having to deal with them.
Let’s face it fellow Americans -United States citizens are the assholes of the world. At least they are embracing that frat attitude.
With the poor living conditions in Rio, people have been posting all sorts of jokes about the conditions. This one has an interesting take on the health hazards.
Not only are living conditions poor, but crime is pretty unbelievable too. Who thought Rio was a good place to host these games again?