There's been plenty of "viral moments" in the 2014 Winter Olympics so far, with the first coming before the games even started. Journalists like CNN producer Harry Reekie arrived to hotels in Sochi that weren't finished. Some didn't have any water, while others had water -- you just couldn't use it "on your face."
Things weren't much easier for some of the athletes, after U.S. bobsledder Johnny Quinn posted this photo of the door he had to bust through after getting trapped in a Sochi hotel bathroom.
It's hard to believe, but just days later Quinn got stuck again in Sochi. This time in an elevator with two other bobsledders.
Doh! Russian TV viewers may not have seen it, but the rest of the world watched as only four of the five Olympic rings lit up during the Opening Ceremony. A sign of things to come?
Who could have missed one of the wackiest moments of the Opening Ceremony, when the Russian Police Choir launched into a rockin' cover of Daft Punk's hit "Get Lucky?"
Move over McKayla Maroney. U.S. figure skater Ashley Wagner is "not impressed" by the Olympics either, making this mug after her scores were posted in the new team skating event.
Russia's Olga Graf bared a lot of skin after her 3,000-meter speed skating race. She later told reporters she had forgotten she was nude under her uniform, and quickly zipped it back up after realizing her gaffe.
Sister act! Canadian sisters Chloe Dufour-Lapointe (L) Justine Dufour-Lapointe (R) finished with gold and silver medals in the women's freestyle skiing moguls event.
Norway's Ole Einar Bjoerndalen won gold in the 10-kilometer biathlon sprint, marking his seventh gold medal and his 12th medal overall. That ties a record, and Bjoerndalen's age of 40 sets a new one for oldest Winter Olympian medalist.
On Feb. 11, American freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy tweeted a picture of himself holding a puppy he found on the streets of Sochi. He later found more strays and took to Twitter to tweet another photo of himself cuddling four of the dogs. "Puppy love is real to puppies," he wrote. The two tweets combined were retweeted more than 3,000 times and received more than 5,000 favorites. Kenworthy, who would win silver in the ski slopestyle event two days later, followed up with another tweet saying he's arranged for kennels to carry the dogs in and for vaccinations in hopes of bringing them home with him.
A 2,000-degree river of lava could swallow a dozen Hawaiian homes in the next day or two -- and there's nothing that can be done to stop it. Take a look at images as the molten rock from the Kilauea Volcano creeps toward Pahoa.