Watching the amazingly talented athletes at the Winter Games in South Korea, it's hard to imagine what it must feel like to win a medal in a sport you excel at. What if there was an Olympics for the rest of us? What would it take to medal in your chosen event?

Each Olympian has a story that includes a lifetime of practice, a dedication to their sport, and a mental toughness that helps them overcome when the odds are stacked against them...not unlike the grit and determination it takes to make it down a flight of stairs, holding a laundry basket, and NOT trip over the dog. Drop a sock? Sorry, Bronze for you.

Let's not underestimate the importance of some non-Olympic events - it takes definite skill and determination to successfully load every single item into a dishwasher, including the top to the blender, an over-sized water bottle, and a can opener.

Personally, I prefer the sports that test mental toughness: if procrastinating were an Olympic sport, I would almost certainly win the gold. I could potentially medal in napping and snacking, too - hey, I'm a well-rounded athlete! 

So maybe tearing up the half pipe on a snowboard like Shaun White isn't your speed, Erin Hamlin's luge just seems a little too chilly and Maddie Phaneuf's biathlon - well, that just seems like a lot of effort - but there's something you can medal in. Have you got "loud chewing" down to an art? Sock pairing? Don't sell you talents short.

Complete this sentence: if __________________ were an Olympic Sport I would win a Gold Medal.

BONUS VIDEO (in case stuffing candy canes in my mouth qualifies as a sport):