The Rio Olympics Are Killing It On The Unnecessary Censorship Front Without Even Trying

There’s probably no cleaner sport than diving. So why does it seem so filthy? If you’ve been watching the 2016 Rio Olympic Games at all, you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about. If not, don’t worry, you’ll catch on pretty quick.

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016

unnecessary censorship rio olympics 2016
The question is, do those scores factor in shrinkage?

h/t Buzzfeed, all photos via NBC

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