The Winter Olympics, AKA, the "other olympics," was filled with a lot of amazing moments.
You had Chloe Kim making history with her back-to-back 1080s on the halfpipe.
Then there was Elizabeth Swaney's halfpipe run that was amazing for an entirely different reason...
The Olympics are always jam packed with tons of different events with different classes, so watching them all, unless you're getting paid to do it or are really, really into the Olympics is almost impossible.
And if you didn't get a chance to see any of the action live, well, I've got bad news for you: the 2018 Winter Olympics are officially over. But fret not, because these tweets pretty much tell the story of the entire Winter Olympic games, so you can get caught up on everything that went down.
Well, from Twitter's perspective at least.
There was cat skating.
And this handy-dandy guide to all the different skiing events.
Shirtless hot dude from Tonga made an appearance.
Somebody bowl that Tonga flag-bearer down the luge track. It’s important that we see the slippery beefboy break the sound barrier.— Lyle Brennan (@LyleBrennan) February 9, 2018
There was this incredible ice skating performance.
And thanks to a certain Margot Robbie film, everyone's an ice skating expert now.
AND I WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) February 17, 2018
AND I WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR
YES I WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE
*sets up for quad, but then I just wag my finger at the judges and smile*
BUT I WON'T DO THAT
[flawless score, a hailstorm of stuffed bears]
Everything you need to know about Adam Rippon in three essential factoids.
Comparing yourself to the world's greatest athletes probably isn't the best thing to do when you're alone at home, eating frozen food.
Nathan Chen, 18, lands a historic six quads in his men's free skate program at his first Olympics as the world cheers.— Eugene Lee Yang (@EugeneLeeYang) February 17, 2018
Me, 32, alone, finds six frozen dumplings in freezer, attempts to cook them, burns them, still decides to eat them in underwear.
Asian-Americans are diverse. pic.twitter.com/JGOnkksDFs
If you missed the Olympics, then you missed pretending like you know everything about a sport you just discovered.
Me my entire life: Barely realizes snowboarding exists— Riane Konc (@theillustrious) February 11, 2018
Me 2 days into the Olympics: If McMorris thinks he's getting on the podium with anything less than a clean 1620 toe grab, he's a fool
Clearly, some sports are way more intense than others.
(Me watching the Olympics)— John Leguizamo (@JohnLeguizamo) February 19, 2018
DOWNHILL SKIING: Oh my God!
FIGURE SKATING: Oh my God!
BOBSLEDDING: Oh my God!
SNOWBOARD CROSS: Oh my God!
BIATHLON: Oh my effing God!
CURLING: Nah son, why are you playing shuffleboard on ice???
I mean curling, really?
Then again, I've never tried it.
Before every Olympic event they should send out one average person to perform the upcoming event. To fall on their face. Completely fail. Just so those of us at home who watch the Olympics and think “I could do that”, realize we can’t. We really can’t.— Michelle Bhasin (@michellebhasin) February 11, 2018
I agree with this proposed ruling.