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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Thank god my husband has no interest.
    Yep!

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    DH hasn't been too bad yet (thankfully). It's early though so that could change! I left him watching the Aus game this morning with DS - I hope DS doesn't want any attention because I can't see it happening!

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    My dh is like this with every sporting event you can think of, he will even watch lawn bowls if it's the only sport on - I'm use to it now

    I'm probably worse then him with soccer though - proud Italian supporter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellie29 View Post
    My dh is like this with every sporting event you can think of, he will even watch lawn bowls if it's the only sport on - I'm use to it now

    I'm probably worse then him with soccer though - proud Italian supporter
    Same in this house he will will also watch anything, including darts :0

    But football is the only thing he gets outrageous and irrational over!
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    My husband loves the world cup and so do I! I'm glad he's not the sulky type! This time around I think I am the one sulking, especially this morning!

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    My husband has been up since 5am watching games snapchatting with mates LOL.

    He is ok today which is surprising. Gets more upset over Wanderers games.

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    I usually feel the same way when DH watches sports but we both love the World Cup so I don't get as annoyed with his moods as I usually would.

    This morning we were both up watching the game, DD 17 months woke up around 8 so we put her in our bed so we could keep watching; she was pretty good, kept herself entertained looking out the window and playing with some toys, she started getting annoyed after 8:30 and we both were half assed trying to comfort her while still watching the game. I didn't realise until almost 9 that she was crying because we forgot to give her breakfast !! this World Cup is going to bring out some "interesting" parenting in our house :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretched View Post
    Thankfully DH hasn't got into it this year. The Tour de France though! OMFG, I don't CARE that you are tired because you 'had' to stay up all night watching it!!!!!
    thankfully it doesnt clash too much with the Tour - otherwise there would be MAJOR issues in this house

    DH isnt too bad though. He doesnt complain too much ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlasgowRose View Post
    Same in this house he will will also watch anything, including darts :0

    But football is the only thing he gets outrageous and irrational over!
    Omg football, my dh loves league the most. When his beloved team play it's a sight to be seen. Same with origin. I like my football - but he's a mad man

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    I love the World Cup!
    It's World Cup fever in our house and I love it! I actually hooked up with my dh for the first time at a World Cup 8 years ago hehe and we haven't looked back since. Wish I was in Brazil for it, it's the best fun ever.

    I get into all the games, know who are the good teams and players, and it's thankfully a break from watching cartoons every morning.

    So I'm as much of a cranky old cow as my dh is a crank old man !

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