Are you depressed about the FIFA world cup being over?

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Are you depressed about the FIFA world cup being over?

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  1. rockstar99
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    Member rockstar99 Hi

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    I am, life sucks now...
     


  2. dinofan01

    Member dinofan01 Misses the old days...

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    It does give me one less thing to look forward to and talk to my friends to.... so it does suck.
     
  3. Fudge

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    Not really. I will kinda miss everyone talking about it though.
     
  4. Raika

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    No. I am happy that it is over. Now no more octopus bird peacock elephant whatnot everywhere.
     
  5. Wabsta

    Member Wabsta you fight like a dairy farmer

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    This, totally.
     
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    i'm a bit glad it's over, I can pick up my normal life again now.
    But when we lost, and the thought that it was over came up, I felt kinda sad. What a world championship it was.
     
  7. emigre

    Member emigre Has complex motives

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    The season starts in around a month so I'm fine. Not exactly fine because we need a new manager.
     
  8. Infinite Zero

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    No? I was never interested in the WOrld cup anyway
     
  9. Langin

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    Yes.... I am
     
  10. Satangel

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    Yes, I am very sad about the end of the World Cup.
    Glad Spain won though, and like emigre said, the season will start again soon!
     
  11. Guild McCommunist

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    Look on the plus side.

    NO MORE VUVUZELA

    Well, I didn't really care. Football has never been an important sport for me. I don't watch many sports really outside of the occasional baseball game and the Olympics when they're on. Only time I watched it was in school because it was the last few days of school and we had nothing to do.

    So whatever.
     
  12. soulx

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    Depressed.
    Hell no!

    The World Cup was great but I'm not a diehard fan of soccer.
    This is the first time I watched the World Cup.
     
  13. ProtoKun7

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    Nope.

    I don't even like football greatly.

    My friend likes it and I am willing to talk to her about it occasionally.
     
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    im actually happy. it saves me from standing awkwardly in conversations about something i have no idea about. sorry soccer / football fans, but i couldnt care less for the world cup.
     
  15. CannonFoddr

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    Voted: No!!

    Not really interested in Football, I'm actually glad it's all over (for now) [​IMG]

    Really hate it how normal TV shows are 'shifted' to other channels or delayed to make way for the matches - why the HELL are there Sport channels if not to show SPORTS ????? [​IMG]
    - Last time I looked Football was a sport !!!! [​IMG]

    Why couldn't they stick the Matches on the other channels instead [​IMG]
    - If you're interested in the match - Go TO THE OTHER [​IMG] CHANNEL & let us normal viewers watch what we want @ the time we want to watch it

    [OK - My rant is over........ for now [​IMG] ]
     
  16. soulx

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    But if you watch television OTA (over the air), there are no dedicated sport channels. [​IMG]
    Then again, you can watch all the matches online.
     
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    I hate watching soccer so, no I'm glad it's over.
     
  18. rockstar99
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    Member rockstar99 Hi

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    I get all sad when i listen to the anthem Wavin Flag now , it used to make me happy before
     
  19. thegame07

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    Sports channels cost a large monthly fee, especially sky sports. We pay tv licence to bbc for them to provide major sports events like the olympics and the world cup. I don't know about you but I certainly think watching a world cup final is better than Eastenders! Football on bbc and Itv allow everyone to see the world cup and not just people who can afford expensive overpriced sports channels. I pay over £20 a month just to see my club team play twice a month on tv.

    I'm not sad it's over now I'm looking forward to the club games [​IMG] watching every match for a month can become tiring, even as a big football fan.
     
  20. Master Mo

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    A little bit... I like it when I get to watch a football-match per day or every two days.

    So I most definitely miss the finals but the group-phase is a little too much for more then a month, since it`s very time consuming....

    But it`s not too long till the national and champions league begin so [​IMG]
     

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