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Steve Harvey's attempt at curling is precisely what you think

Your mind is a temple, you already have the answer.

We all want to be Olympians for a day, even Steve Harvey. Which is why NBC sent its talk show host to try his hand at one of the lesser-known winter games.

Picture Steve Harvey in your mind. Now imagine him curling. Congratulations, it was EXACTLY what happened.

Really the whole thing is summed up in three frames, even if you can't watch. There are also lots of broom jokes and him shouting "polish it" a whole lot. We muted the video, it made us uncomfortable.

Fig. 1: Steve Harvey falls while trying to slide stone across ice.

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Note: The thing in his left hand is a crutch, basically training wheels for curlers. He still found a way to fall over.

Fig. 2: Curlers laugh over Harvey's body

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Fig. 3: Harvey finally experiences triumph

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(h/t @holly_holl, viaTwitter)

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