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Break down of " It is what it is"

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After a lot of research dating back to 2002 I discovered the true meaning of the saying "it is what is!" First off its a short way of saying a lot without saying much, which saves time for studying film and being ready for the next opponent.The saying could mean such things as " We are inconsistent" "We are learning" We are a young team" "We saw some good things as well as bad" "When you put the tape on "X" player he stands out "We are getting better as a team." The list goes on and on but after all my research I think id rather hear "It is what it is!" We still hear the same thing every week but now its long and drawn out!

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..you're trying too hard

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it is what it is

It was what it was. Too bad it wasn't what it wasn't.

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It was what it was. Too bad it wasn't what it wasn't.

One day it might be what it might be.

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One day it might be what it might be.

Will it be what it can be?

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I see what I see here and I don't know whatever it is that I don't know.

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I started reading and then...wait nope, I didn't start reading

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Oh wee mayne wee oh.

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I just realized that as far as the huddle goes;

Bad season < off season.

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