PV Sindhu and Okuhara's expressions from semi finals are all of us adulting

We re-imagined what PV Sindhu and Okuhara would be saying if they were 20 something adults with regular jobs instead of being medal winning Olympians.

FP Staff August 19, 2016 15:46:55 IST
PV Sindhu and Okuhara's expressions from semi finals are all of us adulting

Wonder woman and accomplished shuttler PV Sindhu produced one of her best performances in her career by beating Mozomi Okuhara from Japan in the women's singles semi-final on Thursday.

Other than being one of the first players to qualify for the badminton finals from India, Sindhu is also one of the most expressive players in the Olympics. Every smash that Okuhara threw at her was returned in full force with a steely aggression on her face. Both the opponents were putting in their best into the game, and it can be seen from the expression on their faces.

Pindhu and Okuhara's expressions were priceless, as they try and one-up each other in the game. We re-imagined (because why not) what they would be saying if they were 20 something adults with regular jobs instead of being medal winning Olympians:

PV Sindhu and Okuharas expressions from semi finals are all of us adulting

PV Sindhu and Okuharas expressions from semi finals are all of us adulting

PV Sindhu and Okuharas expressions from semi finals are all of us adulting

PV Sindhu and Okuharas expressions from semi finals are all of us adulting

PV Sindhu and Okuharas expressions from semi finals are all of us adulting

PV Sindhu and Okuharas expressions from semi finals are all of us adulting

(Images from Reuters)

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