Winter Olympics Memes Overtake The Internet

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We’re only a few days into the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, but you’d never know that by the amount of buzz that the games are generating on Twitter.

It all began before the Olympics even started thanks to journalists tweeting some hilarious hotel room mishaps, but now, the Olympians themselves are getting in on the action.

Team USA bobsledder Johnny Quinn found himself in a bit of predicament when he became locked inside his own bathroom.

So what’s a guy to do? Break through the door Mr. Kool-Aid style, of course!

Quinn’s great escape isn’t the only story making headlines. American figure skater Ashley Wagner did her best McKayla Maroney “not-impressed” face after finding out she scored lower than what she expected.

“To score that low was very disappointing for me,” Wagner explained to reporters later. “But honestly, this was more about me and my performance and proving to everyone I belong here.”

Photo by Darren Cummings/Pool/Getty Images

Photo by Darren Cummings/Pool/Getty Images

Her reaction instantly went viral with a series of hilarious memes:

And perhaps the most hilariously embarrassing fail of the Olympics thus far? A rogue snowflake that refused to complete the Olympic rings display during the Opening Ceremony.

Naturally, everyone on the internet flipped out and came up with one particularly hilarious response.


-Sarah Carroll, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles

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