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Epic Fail At Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony [Photo]

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Well, it only took about 10 minutes from the beginning of the Olympic Opening Ceremonies for us to witness the latest in a long list of fails that have happened in Sochi over the last few days.

Actually, I can’t say that we here in the US have actually witnessed it, but everyone else around the world has (the Olympic broadcasts are on a time delay here in the US).

During the beginning of the ceremony, five large snowflakes were supposed to open up and join together to form the Olympic rings. Well… one of those snowflakes didn’t feel like opening up, I guess.

 

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