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Friday, February 17, 2006

Winter Olympics Friday Five

1) Which of the Winter Olympic sports is your favorite to watch?

2) Do you speak Snowboardese?

3) Define Nordic Combined. Don't look it up. Take a guess if you must.

4) Curling. Please discuss.

5) If you could be a Winter Olympics Champion just by wishing for it, which sport would you choose for winning your Gold Medal?

Let us know in the comments if you play!

23 comments:

  1. I played this at my place. We've had The Today Show on this morning, and I think I've heard enough now about Lindsey Kildow's "butt" injury.

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  2. Mine are up -- thanks. I love the Olympics.

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  3. I'm on my way to put mine in...

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  4. I think mine will go in later tonight, 'butt' (sorry Songbird) if you would like to read about one of my favorite lines from FRIENDS come on over to preacher, blogger or procrastinator.

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  5. This Betty is like, so dialed-in to this Friday Five. You can't bail on this one.

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  6. Heading over to post mine now. I LOVE the Olympics.

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  7. Erin, welcome to RevGalBlogPals! I just added you to the members' list and the blogroll. And thanks for playing today!

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  8. 1) Which of the Winter Olympic sports is your favorite to watch?

    Speed Skating...

    2) Do you speak Snowboardese?

    No habla snow boardese... but I like to watch the snowboard cross.

    3) Define Nordic Combined. Don't look it up. Take a guess if you must.

    Isn't this the whacky sport where you cross country ski and then shoot at things? Just don't let Dick Cheney try it...

    4) Curling. Please discuss.

    It's shuffleboard. With really big balls.

    5) If you could be a Winter Olympics Champion just by wishing for it, which sport would you choose for winning your Gold Medal?

    Skeleton.

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  9. Well, okay, anonymous. We'd like to come and read it. Where to?

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