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Top Ten Little-Known Facts About the Medals Being Awarded in Sochi
(submitted by rorschak)
They can be exchanged for 12 CDs and 3 future CDs.
They're made from old bathroom stall dividers.
In teensy print on the backside, it says, "Help, I'm trapped inside a Russian mint!"
With Putin's face on one side and the hind end of a bear on the other no matter how many times you flip them they always come up "tails."
Each one contains radioactive material from Chernobyl as a means to get the crap out of the country.
All the gold for the gold medals was smelt from the leftover failed Russian Grammys
The bronze ones are melted down Stalin statues, the silver ones are melted czar Nicolas II flatware, and the gold ones are just chocolate inside.
The inscriptions on the back stating the events are wrong, because they have been reclaimed from previous USSR Olympians.
They are made of several medals inside the other, inside another, inside another. The center one is a KGB listening device.
Putin personally forged each one... with his bare hands.
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