When you think of the Winter Olympics, you probably think of the big sports.
Maybe some skiing.
Maybe some hockey.
Maybe some figure skating.
Not enough people think of curling, especially not Americans, and I say this as an American.
Curling is like shuffleboard played on ice. Players throw a circular rock down the ice, and sweepers work in front of it, using a brush to sweep the ice, subtly guiding the curling rock toward a target on the other end of the ice.
It sounds simple and even dull, but watching it on TV during the Olympics is just an amazing way to spend a few hours.
Here are the top five reasons you should be watching curling today.