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7 feelings we're all feeling about the World Cup coming to an end

Tell me why, I don’t like Monday.


What will you do with your time? Is anything even worth it any more?

Shouting “REF” at the bus driver and “OFFSIDE” at the dog will only keep you going for so long. Your life will henceforth be known as BWC and AWC.

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What the blazes did you do with all your time before becoming intimately acquainted with Costa Rica’s defence strategies, or Oscar’s uncanny resemblance to Justin Bieber?

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Renewed Loyalty

Precious, delicious soccer. Never again will we take you for granted.

Never again will we snub an Ireland friendly or skip a second division game for a Come Dine With Me marathon.

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Alright Location Location Location, step up Nothing to Declare, look smart Grand Designs. We’re ready to start watching you again. WE SUPPOSE.

But you’re no Spain v Holland and you never will be, got it?

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Pffft all of those fair weather fans will forget about Neuer’s moves and Eamo Dunphy’s prophecies by the end of next week.

You’ll still be there though, quietly crooning “olé, olé” as you go about your day.


Hey at least Home and Away will be back on. Right? RIGHT?

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Life must go on, somehow.

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