We already know that journalists are experiencing plenty of #SochiProblems at the 2014 Olympic Games. Well, it looks like the issues go far beyond dirty water and awkward toilets. Today’s opening ceremony featured an Olympic ring glitch.
Olympic glitch. I’m guessing that Putin heard that the 5th ring was gay and ordered that it be detained. pic.twitter.com/ahnNcjiJSg
— Joe Morning Show (@JoeMorningShow) February 7, 2014
The Opening Ceremony featured five large snowflakes that slowly transformed into the Olympic Rings. Well, they were supposed to. Instead we got four Olympic rings and one… well, I don’t know what that is.
But the Olympic glitch didn’t ruin the opening ceremony. There were still plenty of spectacles to enjoy and all of the athletes looked proud to by carrying their nation’s colors. Some people, however, believe that the technical error may foreshadow a bumpy two weeks in Sochi.
Russia’s anti-gay laws, as well as the first wave of #SochiProblems, has some people a little pessimistic about how smoothly things will run during the Olympic games.
Of course, others looked at that undeveloped snowflake and saw things like Bob Costas’ infected eye…
The #Sochi2014 Olympic ring glitch looks like Bob Costas’ eye pic.twitter.com/GONUZGh7mp
— JJ Alcaraz (@JJALC) February 7, 2014
Or an unidentified corporate sponsor…
I reckon that Olympic rings ‘glitch’ is just corporate sponsorship. pic.twitter.com/akXUeXdU71
— RTHR (@arthurCRS) February 7, 2014
Or, of course, it may also be a prank by the LGBT community.
Olympic glitch or a euphemistic representation of a man’s butthole? #russia #olympics #buttsex https://t.co/OqPehJ1egQ
— Doogie House (@housecalls88) February 7, 2014
Needless to say, the Sochi Olympic Games aren’t off to the greatest start.