The U.S. women's gymnastics team became the first group in 16 years to win team gold and featured the first all-around champ from a team that won gold. They are also the first U.S. gymnastics team to go viral.
Yes, the Internet has gone crazy for this team, particularly McKayla Maroney and her medal-stand scowl after she won silver on vault. Our friends from With Leather pointed us to "McKayla Is Not Impressed," a site devoted to photoshopping that lovely scowl into famous moments in history.
McKayla is not impressed by the U.S. men's basketball team's record-breaking win.
And she's certainly not impressed with dinosaurs.
Buzzfeed has also noticed how pictures of the Fierce Five, the nickname Maroney gave the group, line up with the movie "Mean Girls." (If you haven't seen it, it's bound to run on TBS soon.)
In the Buzzfeed scenario, it appears Maroney is Regina George. (Side note: There actually is an Olympian by the name of Regina George competing for Nigeria. She's from Chicago, near where "Mean Girls" was set.)
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