Go Brazil! Feres twins make people want to watch women's synchronized swimming?

Matt MadridCorrespondent IAugust 14, 2008

Obviously I am cheering for the U.S. teams to win every event in these Olympics.  I want to be #1 on that medal count and I want to show the Chinese that our country defines the word dominance.  They can have their gymnastics and such now, but when Track & Field and other events that we excel in, where as they fall back, I believe we will finish on top. 

There is one event that I am looking to come in 2nd place in and that's women's synchronized swimming.  I want to see them on the highest podium and the camera on them at all times while they play their country's anthem.  

Reason: Bia and Branca Feres!

If you haven't seen them, other than the above picture, google or yahoo or even askjeeves if you want... but check them out!  These are twins from Brazil that would guarantee a gold medal in sexy if it were an event.  If NBC doesn't put this on when they are performing there may be an outrage.  They are 20 years old (legal) and smoking hot.  Once enough people find out about them I'm sure they will turn into the second coming of Anna Kournikova, meaning they will sign big modeling deals and get paid lots of money for being smoking hot.  These girls put Derek Zoolander to shame "Maybe there's more to life than just being really really ridiculously good looking".    

So pull up another window now and check them out.  Go Brazil... just because it's the southern division doesn't mean they aren't American.

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