Article Title:Why we love the Olympics: Accidental homoeroticism
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Published on:7th August 2012 - 12:44 pm
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Text:The Olympics have been a gold mine for ‘what the?’ pictures that have us wondering whether the event we’re watching is the Summer Olympics or the Gay Games! We’ve found some of the best accidentally homoerotic pictures floating around for your laughing pleasure! "Oh hey, do you need a hand?" A new meaning to giving head:  But can he stay on his skates when he is done, is what we really want to know ... What a tease ... No, this is not ballroom dancing. All in a day's work: You try captioning this! Special mentions: Among the very best names at the games Among the very best names at the games Best ginger doppelganger EVER goes to Neil Patrick Harris lookalike and long jump champion Greg Rutherford - 7th August 2012    
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