It’s over. I’ve lost faith in humanity.
Look at the person to your right, and the one to your left — at least one of those people has searched for Olympic camel-toe in the last two days. Yesterday, I wrote a little post about my newfound interest in the Olympics. The title had the word “camel-toe” in it, because I found it funny how the female athletes adjusted their “junk” all the time, just like the men do with theirs in other sports. There are no actual pictures of camel-toe involved. The post has been a fine success, but not because it’s funny, enlightening, or witty. No, no, no. Apparently, even in the age of free super-freaky porn on about eight billion sites, people still want to see some Olympic camel-toe. Search results leading to my site from the last two days confirm as much. To wit:
No wonder “To Catch a Predator” was such a success. It’s more than a little unsettling that the top target of these searches is a sixteen year-old gymnast. Slow down, creeps. Beyond that obvious creepiness, though, it’s amazing to me just how interesting camel-toe actually is to an apparently large segment of the population. Just for fun/depression, here are the rest of the searches since I posted that article:
My two favorites have to be “2012 Best Sporting Camal Toes,” for obvious reasons, and “Aonya Richards Ross Camel Roe,” because the searcher was so excited that he didn’t even have time to spell the key words right. Mostly, it’s just funny. These ladies probably have to deal with shit like this all the time, and there’s an equal amount of men’s junk poking through super-tight tights that I’d say men have to deal with the same. But seriously, if you’re searching for pictures of a sixteen year-old’s vag, fuck off and die in a hole.Tags: camel-toe, creepers, creeps, creepy bastards, end of the world, funny search results, humanity, lost faith, Olympics, poorly spelled, search results, sick bastards