By Fmycar - United States
Today, my football team played in a game against our rival school that was just a few blocks away. We hadn't lost the game in exactly 49 years, we were playing for the 50th year win. We lost 63-0, and got booed off the field by our own crowd. FML
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By  Darth_Taco  |  14

Not surprised. Either they decided to get the extra practice or your team slacked off due to overconfidence. Could also be both :P. Not much you can do except try again. It sucks, badly XP. Still, what can you do now?

  v1kt4r  |  13

Ever heard of a soccer game that ended 63-0???? therez not even enough time to for this to happen
Pay attention. And jus incase u still cant figure it out, this wasnt a soccer game

  greenltrn2003  |  0

no theres no goalkeeper in american football. its 11 persons on each playing side and all of the ones on defense try to prevent goals.

but #33 seriously?...I guess but l yeahh sure they're talking about 'handegg' I would have to assume. And soccer=football (to you). I think you should watch more American programming.

  Nederlander95  |  14

It does make sense to call soccer football. I'm not arguing either side, but I'll bet most people have no idea why American football is called football. The ball is one foot long.

  TheTruth1428  |  0

It's not really a FML, it's a YDI since they failed miserably. They let their overconfidence get the better of them and got destroyed by a school whose teams over the years have been bad.

  greenltrn2003  |  0 one said American football was 'football' are implying that Americans think American football would be European football, which would actually be soccer to us. Im pretty sure we realize that those are 2 different sports :-)

you've been served

  fudrick  |  0

@#19 In America "football" is football. If I go to England I will call "soccer" football. Honestly I would here as well but everyone would think I meant "football." Same as how I'd really like to use the metric system but everyone would be like o.O And I've never been outside the USA, so I'm not some European immigrant who wishes the USA was like their old country lol.

  Nometet  |  0

How is it even football though? You pick it up and run with it. It's more like rugby..... hence it should be called something else. Brain damage for oversized thugs, perhaps?

  fudrick  |  0

Exactly. It shouldn't be called football but that's what it is called over here so if you want people to know what you're talking about you have to say football.

  Xader  |  0

#83 FTW.


But who really gives a damn? News flash. People on difference places name things differently. Go figure.
I cant remember where exactly, but in some southern US states, if you ask for a Coke, they'll say "what kind? We have Pepsi, Sprite, Dr Pepper, etc..."

  coliecole111  |  0

to #83, that is a lot of places in the south not just one state. for instance, my state (FL) does that for the most part. its because a lot of southern people have a sweet tooth and pepsi tastes a bit sweeter (thats what i think atleast) i mean you should see how much sugar my family (all from kentucky and georgia and florida) put in their sweet tea XD