Here is the first thirty minutes of the opening ceremony:
"Do they bring the stadium with them to each new game?"
"Why are they teaching us Russian alphabet? Do we have to learn this?"
"Does every word end in osky?"
"Are all these people Russian?"
"Is the horse real? That volcano will scare him. Hey there is a cow."
"The floating girl sings. That's a bunch of Russians. Look there are snowflakes."
"The rings are wrong. There are five. Shouldn't they know there are five. I know there are five."
"Why is the President of Russia there but not President Obama? Aren't Americans there just to see the Olympics?"
"Is this the Russian national anthem? What does it mean? Why are there no girls singing it? Hey look they are colorful."
"The people are making a waving flag. Do they know that?"
"Why are they wearing the weird hats? How come not many people signed up for the Olympics? These countries only have a few athletes. Don't they like competing?"
"Are these people for all the events or just one event at a time? Do they have to keep marching or can they take a break?"
"Poor Bermuda. He's lonely. Can't they find anybody? They got their alphabet messed up. M doesn't come after B."
"There is only one virgin from the island."
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