Friday, September 22, 2006

Stick It Indeed

Who thought that a "comedy" about gymnastics by the writer's of "Bring It On" would end up being a scathing commentary on the hypocrisy of the sport's poor judging criteria. Wow, now that's comedy. Boring, boring, boring. And there weren't even any jokes about gymnasts farting - Traci is convinced that the real reason why the music plays so loud during the floor exercise is so they can cover up the sound of the gymnasts passing wind. My friend Rhett, who worked at U of U gymnastic meets for a couple of years could not verify this theory.

Anyhoo, it was no where near as good as "Bring It On." It wasn't even as good at "Bring It On Again," probably the worst movie in the history of the world. Well, at least you can enjoy the first scene of "Bring It On." Thanks for everything, YouTube.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I would just like to say that the stinky gymnasts theory was not something I dreamed up- it was something one of my co-workers who had a friend who was a gymnast told me about. I didn't just make it up!