Need to clean your house but keep dragging your feet? Just pretend you're curling.
Better yet, get your children to pretend they're curling — a genius idea perpetuated by the Olympics network itself, NBC. All you need is a broom or Swiffer and a rounded object of some kind. Anything will work, because you are not competing for any medals. You are in your own home!
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See? A clean floor and a child who thinks he is an Olympic athlete! You truly couldn't ask for more.
Regardless, Rio is hoping to keep the stadiums looking as nice as possible and has even put together a cover in order to make sure that Olympics attendees keep the area clean and smoke free.
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