Monday, August 6, 2012

McKayla Maroney Has The Best Bitch Face Ever



McKayla Maroney was a shoe-in for the gold metal at the London Olympic games vault finals. Except she didn't win the gold because she fell on her tookus...


 
Which surprised everyone - including McKayla. Which was not so much a surprise, but more the complete shock of " You've got to be shitting me!"

McKayla was trying to keep it together, attempting to at least FAKE she was happy for her competitor - in the same way actors at the Academy Awards behave after losing the award they were nominated for - and  do their best to hide - but at some point McKayla just didn't give a shit any more....

 

 Then it was "BITCH FACE OUT". And it was hilarious! I read somewhere in the reviews of the event on a web site online, that American people watching the events felt she was representing the U.S. and McKayla should have been a more gracious silver medalist.


All I have to say about those comments is..SHUT UP!

McKayla was not representing the United States. She alone worked hard for that medal and no other big mouth American was twirling off that vault. Until other people watch their dreams die after having a bad day (like McKayla), maybe they will be a little bit more understanding about not putting a stupid ass fake smile on their face, after some seriously bad luck.

I say...keep up the bitch face, McKayla. It's working for you.

Via Buzzfeed

21 comments:

  1. "She alone worked hard for that medal and no other big mouth American was twirling off that vault."

    She did not work alone, she had an USA Olympic commmitie and coaching without which she would never make it. In fact US infrastructure helped her as much as her skill.

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    1. How ignorant of you to think that the Olympic committee trains you all four years and that training for the Olympics is all it takes. She's been training since she was a child. She had the drive to stick to it while all of her friends were doing normal kid/teenager things. No matter how good of a coach, that kind of drive can not be forced upon someone. You have it or you don't. SHE worked, others may have helped, but SHE did the work.

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    2. then she didn't do it ALONE, did she... *facepalm*

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    3. Realist, let's see you get up off your keester and train to be as good as she is... in the four years that you claim were all coached by the Olympic Committee (which does nothing) and an Olympic Coach (which helps her refine her skill and expand it to Olympic proportions, but had no hand in her 10-12+ years of work before she was even qualified for the Olympics. Don't think you can do all that in that time? These girls have trained their entire lives. Get real...

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    4. I'm sorry but according to my President, had she gotten that gold, she wouldn't have done it alone. I GOT A CLAIM to that gold, too! Best President evah. PS: When she fell flat on her butt, she had no one else to blame but herself. I aint got nuttin to do with it.

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  2. Blah,blah, blah. It must be nice to have no real problems of your own. Dont make me get McKayla on your ass, glare at you with her evil eyeballs and blow you up.

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  3. What a horrid little girl!

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    1. Horrid? Because she felt disappointed in herself after not winning gold in an event that she has trained so hard for? Because she didn't feel like participating in contrived hugs with her opponents? She's a 16 year old girl who has sacrificed a lot and worked exceptionally hard. Leave her alone. And I have no problem saying that she represents the United States (me anyway) and our values of hard work and not being happy settling for 2nd place when you know you're the best. She has nothing to be ashamed of and neither does the US.

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  4. Most memorable non-gold-medal winning gymnast since Dominique Dawes stunk it up over and over. Yup, she's bitch and proud. Hope she comes back in 2016 so we can see that face again.

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  5. look i dont see any one of you out there doing what she is doing so stip hating on her. i am 13 and i know that and you people are grown just stop hating.

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  6. honestly, she was smirking during the entire competition and exchanging smirky knowing looks when other athletes performed. Did not smile at all when some on her own team performed, and gave phony little hug with frozen face. Horrid!

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  7. How is falling on your ass bad luck? She fkd up, period.

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    1. really? she fucked up? she won the Silver!! she's a role model for millions!! she's done things athletically that no one could possibly even think about doin let alone doing it. So she smirked..so she frowned..big deal.. she's ours and she's true and she's beauty..I love her to death because shes an 'it' girl and she's got 'it.' i support ladies gymnastics..I cannot even conceive what they do out on the matt and on the horse and balance bar...BRAVO.. even though she may think my comments may have been mushy or corny it's all good. Please refrain from using deilberative bad words..it's not cool to be so implicit about it..I mean, really??

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    2. You hit the nail on the head, Dreybones.

      "she won the Silver!! she's a role model for millions!!"

      A role model. Current and future generations look up to her. And in the face of being second in the WORLD, she shows no pride or grace.

      She absolutely deserves praise for her achievement, but justified ridicule for her attitude.

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  8. what a cutie..leave the poor girl alone. many forget the road she had to climb to get to the main stage. all good to me; she's my kind o' gal.. );

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  9. Yeah, that little bitch Sandra Izbasa, who won the gold medal, just sat around all day, everyday. Didn't train hard or give up anything to achieve her dreams. She was just biding her time until Bitch-Face Maroney fucked up. /sarcasm

    Why even have Olympic Games if the 'best' is already decided beforehand? Seems like some people think Maroney was entitled to win the gold without even competing. Shit happens.

    Congratulations to Izbasa for winning GOLD!

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  10. Former Training GymnastAugust 13, 2012 at 11:03 AM

    While most here will NEVER have a clue about the dedication and sacrifice it takes to compete at this level, having been there myself, I can say I understand where she was at mentally. Yes, she does the physical work of it, but it does take a village to train them. It takes the sacrifice of parents, either moving or allowing their children to move to parts of the country away from them and staying with people they don't know all in the name of country and sport. You sacrifice your body, your diet, your life, your education, your friends, your family, and dare I say your youth all for 2 weeks every 4 years that most will only get once in their life and that 99.999% of the population never even has a clue about. Most athletes at this level are extremely difficult on themselves and their strive for "perfection". All of this from young girls who if they weren't Olympic athletes, their biggest concern would be what to wear to the mall or that cute boy in 5th period never text me back.

    For me, that "look" said "I'll see you back here in 4 years" or at the very least, "I will see you at the next world championships and we can settle this like women"

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  11. As Kipling accurately stated.............


    If you can dream – and not make dreams your master;
    If you can think – and not make thoughts your aim;
    If you can meet with triumph and disaster
    And treat those two imposters just the same.


    Too bad the USOC doesn't make their selected national team members like this imperious little skank bitch recite Kipling's brilliant prose fifty times a day.
    Scott Paper doesn't make a reach around large enough to handle this POS.

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    1. Because all 15 or 16 year-old boys and girls always handle themselves with dignity. I suppose you've always got it right in your life with no mistakes or people misunderstanding your actions. Yeah, just like your post.

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