How about a lekker giggle or two? Here’s what social media users have to say about the Winter Olympics:
With the Winter Olympics well on its way, Bored Panda decided to round up a few funny reactions from people all over, and it’s hilarious.
Social media users all over the world shared their opinions on the Winter Olympics on various platforms, and we’ve got the list right here for your entertainment:
Nigeria's women's bobsled team look like they've never lost a lightcycle race and Daft Punk wrote them a soundtrack pic.twitter.com/NUgGmOtDAI
— loudlysilent (@loudlysilent) November 16, 2017
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Me at 7:00 – "Oh… Figure skating?"
Me at 10:00 – "If they nail this triple twist they've got at least 40 in the technical category."#olympics
— Tim Roberts (@21stCenturyTim) February 9, 2018
There’s an Olympic event where they have to ski AND shoot guns which is exactly how I imagine people in like Michigan have to live to survive
— shakira (@jodecicry) February 11, 2018
Dear Olympics commentators, at the beginning of each figure skating couple please let us know if the couple loves each other or if he’s in the friendzone.
— Jon Acuff (@JonAcuff) February 9, 2018
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12. *Shaun White is an American professional snowboarder, skateboarder and musician. He is a three-time Olympic gold medalist:
This might be controversial and I'm not a scientist but I'm pretty sure Shaun White has been 30 years old for the last 10 years and should we really be letting wizards compete in the olympics?
— NYC BLONDE (@NYC_Blonde) February 10, 2018
The Olympics are so surreal like I am watching what very well could be the biggest moment in a person's life and it's just on in the background while I try to figure out what to order for dinner
— Kathryn (@verytiredkat) February 10, 2018
Figure skating and curling should take place at the same time, on the same ice, just to make both a little more interesting.
— Ryan Stiles (@WhoseRyanStiles) February 11, 2018
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Bus was an hour late to pick us up so we started our own Olympic Games? #Olympics2018 pic.twitter.com/9kmod7nsu9
— Bean (@marybeanie) February 14, 2018
Watch: The intricacies of Curling
Q: How do you stop Canadian bacon from curling in the pan?
A: Take away its tiny brooms.#Olympics
— James Aydelott☂✈ (@jamesaydelott) February 14, 2018
*Watches Olympic skating once* pic.twitter.com/HdGrYeeLMi
— Wheeling Problems (@wheelingprobs) February 11, 2018
Me before Olympics: Never watch snowboarding
Yesterday and today: how did he not land that backside triple 1440 nosegrab? Really liked that chicken salad though. How about the backside rodeo?#olympics #slopestylefinal #GoCanadaGo
— Jessie Scheidegger (@jschei11) February 11, 2018
Mustache goals @AaronRodgers12 @MattJamilton (Photo via @KevinKaduk) #Olympics #curling #Packers pic.twitter.com/EPKmZdXHcQ
— Anthony Sulla-Heffinger (@AntSulla) February 14, 2018
The only appropriate skating routine for Hallelujah would be to spin into a fetal position and just lie there for the rest of the program.
— Meredith Clark (@MeredithLClark) February 12, 2018
Hope my therapist likes talking about figure skating!!!!!!
— Richard Lawson (@rilaws) February 12, 2018
“I could do all of these things, I just haven’t been asked.” – me as an Olympic figure skating commentator
— Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue) February 11, 2018
28. And this…
USA Olympic Curling got us like…..#teamusa #olympics #workoutwednesday #pyeongchang2018 #athletics #diamondleague #worldchampionships #msn #norwex#irobot #todayshow #14news #ellen #nike want that jacket#teamusacurlAdded note: 2/15/18Tara and I never dreamed this video would go viral!! We both would like to say that we are beyond happy that this has been accepted in a positive way. Our hearts are full and so thrilled that everyone took a little "break" and just smiled and had a good laugh! Happiness is the best! Thank you very much!!
Posted by Debbie Payne Connor on Sunday, February 11, 2018