Now, we’ve all been in a frustrating situation where – no matter how well behaved you are – only a swear word will sum up just how annoyed you are.
Well, on Wednesday, Australian Olympian cyclist Rohan Dennis appears to be one of those days and he regardless of any live BBC interview, he was going to let his true feelings be known to the world.
The time-trial cyclist missed out on a medal at the Rio Olympics after his handlebars snapped mid-race.
Dennis led the 54.5km time-trial for nearly half the race, but after his unforeseen problem in the second half of the race, the Australian’s momentum was slowed down and his finishing time of one hour 13 minutes 25.66 seconds was ultimately good enough only for fifth place.
And when he was approached by a TV journalist for the BBC afterwards, he summed up his feelings perfectly – even if it wasn’t quite appropriate for the pre-watershed:
I love the little pause while he tries to think of another way to put it, then the smirk as he gives up. pic.twitter.com/BBRxbrwIfU
— Primly Stable (@PrimlyStable) August 10, 2016
Regardless of his potty mouth, it’s hard not to crack a smile.