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Laughed when we lost? I sure did. It was that moment of disbelief, but at the same time you absolutely knew it was going to happen the whole game. Beats the hell out of whining and crying like so many on here.

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I started lol'ing about 6 min left in the 4 th.

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Yeah, me too. My buddy and I just looked at each other and smirked. We both knew it was coming.

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I smiled mainly because I picked the Bucs in a pick'em pool lol.

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I told my wife with a minute left there was still plenty of time to lose it......

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I couldn't help it. I chuckled a little. Sometimes you gotta laugh to keep from crying.

The worst part isn't that it wasn't surprising, it's that I fully expected it.

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I laughed a few weeks ago.... it's moved beyond laughter at this point to just plain acceptance. I didn't get angry, I didn't laugh, I just stared blankly at the TV screen for yet another week of disaster.

I feel like those kids in the Christian Children's fund ads. Big eyes and everything...

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