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Would You Rather: Summer or Winter? The Olympic Games

Breaking news: Olympic ring was drinking vodka before opening ceremony.
Breaking news: Olympic ring was drinking vodka before opening ceremony.

Breaking news: Olympic ring was drinking vodka before opening ceremony.

For two weeks, the Sochi Winter Olympics 2014 amazed, amused, and annoyed the world.

"Thanks for the gold medal, my friend."

“Thanks for the gold medal, my friend.”

A seventeen-year-old Russian figure skater was awarded gold when Russian officials ‘accidentally’ lost the other skaters’ scores amidst piles of bureaucratic paperwork–big hugs for the judges, right, Adelina Sotnikova?

A stray Olympic snowboarder adopts a hug full of orphaned puppies.

A stray Olympic snowboarder adopts a hug full of orphaned puppies.

After a massive bong rip, some snowboarder decided to adopt a hug full of stray dogs.

The terrorists’ true plot unfolded in the form of pink eye, so Americans had to suffer Matt Lauer every night.

I’m already thinking to the next games when participants trade in skating bloomer wedgies for volleyball bikini butt floss…

 

Would you rather attend, as a spectator, the summer or the winter olympic games?
 
 
  
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Tiny, sparkle-y, body builders.

Tiny, sparkle-y, body builders.

* When I Googled ‘women’s beach volleyball,’ the first fifty images or so were close-ups of women volleyball players extracting wedgies. Nice, Google/Interwebs/humanity, you stay classy.

Do you prefer spectating in summer weather?

Do you prefer spectating in summer weather?

Snark aside, I had fun watching. Thank you, Sochi.

Olympian snow bros in beanies.

Olympian snow bros in beanies.

Bob Costas contracts pink eye: a grotesque terrorist plot.

Bob Costas contracts pink eye: a grotesque terrorist plot.

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am a 30-year-old nap enthusiast, former high school English teacher, world traveling vineyard laborer, and picture book librarian, pursuing her life-long dream of being a ‘real’ writer.

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