It’s the quandary that faces every Olympic athlete.
OK not quite. The Olympics are infamous for providing more condoms than any group of several thousand people could go through in a year, let alone two weeks.
Yet openly gay figure skater Adam Rippon took to Instagram last week to lament the quality — not necessarily the quantity — of the condoms provided to the athletes by the host committee.
“Like, I’m not entirely sure what I was expecting,” Rippon said, as transcribed by the Huffington Post. “I thought maybe they’d have like Olympic rings on them or they’d be all different colors, but, no. It’s all a myth.
“And I’m not, like, upset,” he said with a long pause. “I’m disappointed.”
None of this is a surprise coming from Rippon, who has made a name for himself with some Johnny-Weir-esque commentary.
The fact that he talked about wanting to have a Xanax and a “quick drink” with the judges after his competition Monday just about explains it.
Rippon won a bronze medal — and the hearts of Americans — with his performance in the team event Sunday night.