This woman's #WaterBottleFail at the Olympics is the most relatable thing ever
We’re going to be so sad when the Olympics comes to an end on August 21. We’ve become obsessive over tracking the various counties on the leaderboard, we’ve had our hearts warmed by Simone Biles and Aly Raisman’s cute AF friendship, and we’ve been puzzled by what made the diving pool go that weird green color.
One thing the Olympics doesn’t often do, however, is make you say, “same.” In fact, you’re watching the best athletes in the world push their bodies to the maximum on TV, probably while eating chips (or is that just us?).
That doesn’t mean that athletes don’t have moments where their brains malfunction, as Australian footballer, Lisa De Vanna, showed during Australia’s match with Brazil.
After being handed a water bottle by her teammate, Elise Kellond-Knight, it seems that Lisa momentarily forgot how to actually drink out of it, attempting to squeeze out some water from the bottom of the bottle.
Luckily, Elise was on hand to remind her to turn the bottle around the right way.
Could this be the funniest and most relatable moment of the Olympics so far?
Aww, poor Lisa! We’re not sure we’d want any embarrassing moments like this broadcast for the world to see, and we’re sure that she was probably just exhausted by, you know, playing actual sport at an Olympic level.
However, we’ve never felt so close to a world class athlete before. There have been many, many times where we’ve gone to take a sip from our bottles, only to realise that the top is still on. It probably happens on a weekly basis, tbh.
So, all hail Lisa De Vanna, relatable queen of the Olympics.