Michael Phelps Just Made Leonidas of Rhodes His Bitch

Michael Phelps Just Made Leonidas of Rhodes His Bitch

Dear Leonidas of Rhodes . . . you had 2,168 years of glory. Now step aside, son . . . MICHAEL PHELPS is coming through.

Phelps won the 200-meter individual medley last night. That was his 13th individual gold, which broke the record of 12 that was set by Mr. Of Rhodes back in 152 BC.

(That’s why you do THIS when Phelps enters the room.)

One thing Leonidas still has over Phelps is that when he won his last three, he was 36 . . . five years OLDER than Phelps.

By the way, that was Phelps’ fourth straight win in this event. He’s now only the third American to win an individual event four times, along with track and field stars CARL LEWIS and AL OERTER.

Speaking of people in Michael Phelps’ rearview mirror, RYAN LOCHTE was asked yesterday if he’s GLAD to be swimming during the same era. And he was brutally honest about it.

He said, quote, “Yes and no. I mean, my career would definitely be different. I guess you would say I’d be like the Michael Phelps of swimming if he wasn’t there.

“But at the same time, I love a challenge. That’s why I do the events that I do, and going up against him is a challenge.”

 

Smiling in Pictures Makes You Look Two Years Younger

Smiling in Pictures Makes You Look Two Years Younger

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You probably haven’t wanted to look OLDER in a photo since you got a fake ID when you were a teenager. Now, you’re ALL ABOUT looking younger . . . and here’s the best way to pull it off.

All you have to do is . . . SMILE. That’s it. Just smile.

A new study found that when people smiled in photos, people thought they were an average of two years younger than they actually were. And some people looked up to FOUR years younger.

And when people looked sad or angry in pictures, they looked an average of one year OLDER than they really are.

Neutral expressions didn’t add or subtract any years.

(Daily Mail)