There's talk about the upcoming Olympics being one of the most drugged up ones in history.
And other talk that they will be clean.
Personally, I'm sick to death of this continuing use of drugs in sport, and the associated measures to hide their use.
Let's be completely honest about it and have a "Reality Games" where it's all open slather.
Let participants use as many performance enhancing drugs as they like.
Of whatever type they like - no matter if they were originally intended for horses, fish, or elephants.
Swimmers with shoulders like a draught horse - bring em on!
And while we're at it, why not allow surgical "enhancements" as well.
Swimmers with sculpted heads and shark tails attached below the waist. They'd swim pretty fast!
Runners with their limbs replaced with legs from a jaguar
Long jumpers with 20 foot long legs.
Bring some honesty back into sport.
Support the REALITY GAMES
Let's have your suggestions for new sports, and athlete modifications!
by Kevin W3 years ago
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by optimus grimlock5 years ago
What do you guys think about this?
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by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
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