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Ryan Lochte: Pee in the Pool Sketch for Funny or Die!

Ryan Lochte: Pee in the Pool Sketch for Funny or Die!

Ryan Lochte grimaces at an unworthy toilet in this new hilarious video by Funny or Die!

The 28-year-old Olympian spoofed his own comments about peeing in the Olympic pool in the vid.

“The way I see it…the pool is the biggest and most expensive toilet and it’s all mine. Yes I can only pee in the pool. I usually just hold it in until I get to the pool,” Ryan says in the silly sketch.

Ryan is also featured in another video with famed actor Patrick Stewart, as well as Simon Pegg and Maisie Williams in a sketch about ticket scalping at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Click inside to check out that vid, and check out the peeing in the pool sketch below!

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11 Comments

# 1

This is funny haha, fifty shades of yellow!

# 2

Thanks your for the article and video!

# 3

He may not be a comedian but atleast he’s hot!

# 4

I know its wrong,but I would so hit it……shame F%ck!

# 5

I saw this and thought I should share it!
Here is a guy who signs an autograph for every kid after a meet — every kid — who gives away all of his medals, except his 11 Olympic medals, who works with the Special Olympics, raises money for the Muscular Dystrophy Foundation and babysits his baby nephew. Here is a guy who has offered swimmers he doesn’t even know a place to stay, who once drove hours to attend the memorial of a young swimmer he didn’t know and still keeps up a friendship with the guy’s sister. Here is a guy whom all his teammates love, whose family adores him and is viewed with affectionate respect by his greatest rival. People are complex creatures. Not everyone who is beautiful and brilliantly talented is also an articulate interview. But it is so much easier to make fun of someone on the Net, because this is what passes for accomplishment in contemporary society.
You can read all about the real Ryan Lochte in articles by Kelli Anderson in Sports Illustrated or Karen Crouse in The New York Times.
Or you can take the word of TMZ and other “real’ journalists.

# 6

He really does seem like a nice guy, just got off on the wrong foot.

# 7
[~Fug Face Man!ston~] @ 08/09/2012 at 6:46 pm

This is the unfunniest Funny or Die video I’ve ever seen. The only funny thing is his droopy eyes, in a few years he’s going to look like **** ahahahahahaha …He better enjoy his 15 mins because fades quick, and he’ll have to wait 4 years for more.

# 8

i’m sure he’s a very nice guy. but in his new found fame, he’s coming across as not very bright.

IMO not every one can give a good interview…giving a good interview is a skill and I’m sure that he will start getting lessons now that he is making a bigger name. Some times the media make something out of nothing… From what I know of him he is a very down to earth caring person…so why should I care if he doesn’t give good interviews.

I really like how humble he is and you can see that in regular interviews like at the Olympics. People this whole thing is soooo tongue in cheek and it’s blatantly obvious! It’s hilarious and great he doesn’t take himself seriously. He seems very gracious and has a great sincere voice… he’s real and genuine which you certainly cannot say for many, many on tv etc these days.

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