The summer olympics needs more obscure, unpopular sports. My dad and I always bond over our fascination with curling in the winter but everything in the summer is just a little too legitimate.
Penny: I was JUST talking about that with Deucalion and Pyrrha. There should be a summer equivalent to curling. And, no, dressage does not count.
Polly: Whatever happened to rhythmic gymnastics?
Penny: Artistic gymnastics is going by the wayside.They’re all power gymnasts these days.
Polly: Right, let’s bring back olympic hula hooping and ribbon dancing.*
Penny: There has to be something as ridiculous as curling for the summer games.
Polly: I don’t know, Pen. Can anything match the sheer anticipation of a good curling match? Holding your breath between the skip and the end, unsure if the sweepers will successfully guide the rock to the center of the house?
Penny: Curling jargon aside, the best way to spice up the games might be a return to the Olympics’ nudist roots. That way Ryan Lochte wouldn’t be allowed to wear grills.
Polly: I vote Penny for 2016 Olympic Committee Chairperson.
After noticing a need for new and exciting athletic competitions, Penny and Polly present
Potential Obscure Olympic Sports for the 2016 Games:
Olympic Shuffle Board
Olympic Corn Hole
*Editor’s Note – Olympic Rhythmic Gymnastics is indeed alive and kicking. The Proprietress’ of this site apologize for belittling this artform in any manner. Just look at how BENDY these girls are! (“I can’t catch a ball when I’m looking at it and she catches it with her arabesqued leg????????????” -Penthesilia)