“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
Me watching Mirai Nagasu pic.twitter.com/hy1ha2KeSY
— Rakesh Satyal (@rakeshsatyal) February 12, 2018
Figure skating would be a lot more interesting if they replaced the ice with grass and the skaters with football players and they were playing football
— Bucky Isotope (@BuckyIsotope) February 12, 2018
Are there rules to what you can pick as your figure skating song? Like can you just perform to a track from a Mitch Hedberg CD?
— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) February 9, 2018
Me watching Olympic Sports: I don’t know how this works, but what incredible athletes.
Me watching Olympic men’s freestyle figure skating: YASSSSSSS WERK WERK YASSSSSSS GET IT GET IT UGH KWEEN YASSSSSSSSS#PeyongChang2018
— Dylan Guerra (@dylanguerra22) February 12, 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
Can you imagine liking anyone well enough to go into pairs figure skating?
— Kim Possible™ (@kimlockhartga) February 11, 2018
My brother and I barely made it to grandmas house without trying to kill each other, let alone be lifetime skating partners. I don’t know how these Americans do it.. #IceDancing
— – (@Killerfan) February 11, 2018
if I had a kid, I'd force them to be good at pairs skating. it is incredibly important to me that children learn the core life skill of twirling in exact synchronicity with a person of the opposite sex
— erin ryan (@morninggloria) February 9, 2018
What did Mirai Nagasu do? pic.twitter.com/J5OdNyVymm
— Ira Madison III (@ira) February 12, 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
I know that Olympic narratives are crafted for maximum emotional manipulation and it is 100 percent not gonna stop me from tearing up at the videos of Nathan Chen as a toddler skating in a tiny suit and tiny bow tie
— andi zeisler (@andizeisler) February 9, 2018