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Twitter user @bryanwx by 14 pm posted a truly hilarious photo from Sochi games.

Words would be wasted to describe what's happening, and so...

(The tweet says: A woman attempting to take a picture at a hockey game in Sochi today. This may be one of my favorite pics ever.)

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