Confession: I haven't really watched the Olympics.
I don't have cable & I can't find anywhere to view online.
I've been watching the live results on the official website,
but that's kind of the worst.
Curling isn't known for being action-packed.
I found a way to make it even more boring than it already is:
watch the "live" graphic representation of it on the website.
All of the confusion is still present + you don't even get to watch them use the brooms.
I've watched whatever sport is on when I'm at the gym
which is the biggest motivator in the entire world.
Just as I think I can't run anymore, I see the ladies' cross-country.
Clearly, if I don't collapse after my workout, I am a weak, disgusting human being.
So, since I haven't been able to watch the actual sports,
I glean a lot of context clues from the icons:
Curling: reaching for your purse Luge: napping
Short track: extreme piggybacking Ski jumping: struggling uphill against the wind
Nordic combined: leap frog on skis Figure skating: flamboyant running
Freestyle skiing: falling Cross-country: jazzercise
Bobsleigh: peas in a pod Skeleton: poor decision-making
I think my version of Olympic sports is better.
Biathlon is the only one I wouldn't change
because it's weird enough as it is.
It's like training for real-life Red Dawn.
I mostly like to look at the athletes, to be honest.
Gus Kenworthy is obvi this year's favorite
because he's a cutie & he loves puppies almost as much as I do.
Sorry for not being more patriotic & watching every single event like I'm actually competing,
but I blame NBC for not making it free.
I bet every Russian man, woman, & child is required to watch under penalty of Gulag.