I fail to see the problem
Michelle Jenneke has been eliminated from the Olympics after performing her trademark warm-up dance.
The high-profile Australian trailed home sixth in her 100m hurdles heat in Rio de Janeiro in 13.26 seconds, almost half a second slower than her personal best set last year.
Despite there being high hopes for the bubbly 23-year-old - who was this year named the face of Coca Cola's Rio campaign alongside Jamaican Kemar Bailey-Cole - the one-time Sports Illustrated model did not even make it to the finals.
After the race Jenneke said she was disappointed with 'one of the worst races I've ever done', saying she's been struggling with nerve pain for two weeks.
'I've been on the table every day sorting that out,' Jenneke said.
'But unfortunately I felt it grab on hurdle two.
'I tried to push past it but just couldn't get the same drive off my leg I wanted to.'
However, she admitted she should have run faster but didn't.
These are traits that are immediately attractive and attention-worthy to anyone, regardless of sex. Men are instinctively drawn to happy women; they are instantly attractive, pleasant to be around, and immensely good company.
Some of the happiest times that I can remember have been spent in the company of a dear friend of mine who has that same kind of million-watt smile and that same effortlessly pleasant manner. She was a joy to be around, and it was easy to lose track of time in her company. She was, and is, the kind of woman who makes people feel better just by her very presence. (Which is ironic to say the least, given that she is known to curse like a sailor and is very much a Mama Bear when it comes to her kids.)
So you'll forgive me if I have a difficult time holding Ms. Jenneke's smile and cheerful manner against her.
WE DON'T CARE.