Hey, you, do you know what’s coming home? Football, if you overly-optimistic England fans are anything to go by. That’s because every single World Cup is the same: The fact that the potential of the England squad leading our nation to glory is about as likely as the chances of the Queen collaborating with Stormzy on his next album, doesn’t stop that crackle of anticipation we feel in our tummy when our team line up to sing (or, more accurately, badly lip sync) our national anthem. It gives us goosebumps every time.
The result? We take this opportunity to plaster our whole housing estates with so many St George’s flags that it looks this. We loudly express our disgust and anguish at every single referee’s decision that doesn’t benefit England. Hell, if it came down to a showdown between Egypt and England we would even consider not supporting Muslim legend Mo Salah. Yep, the World Cup brings the best out in us all – it brings people from all backgrounds, faiths and ethnicities together with a common purpose: to support England. And who knows maybe this year we could do it. 6-1!!!!!!
We love the World Cup, can you tell? So do a lot of people on Twitter, here’s what they’ve been saying.
Ronaldo Point Blank Refuses to Stop Breaking Records
Ronaldo holds the record as the man who has broken the most records in the game of soccer #PORESP
— Nwakaibeya ?? (@Damntn) June 15, 2018
The Opening Game Was Slightly Controversial
The World Cup is here and I feel like a kid on Christmas morning, even though Russia v Saudi Arabia promises to be the footballing equivalent of a Lynx Africa gift set.
— Pete Carter (@maidstoned) June 14, 2018
All Nationalities Come Together and Help Each Other Out
Follow up to my World Cup tweet. I hope you see this, it's an awesome story and display of humanity.https://t.co/uU3kBcLPNF
— Jay Katz (@jaySkatz) June 22, 2018
Not Everyone Is Enjoying the Theatrics
— Natasha Lake (@tashafett) June 15, 2018
Pitch Invasions Have Been a Slight Issue
— Cuanilius Cesar (@Cuanramlee) June 18, 2018
Making New Friends from All Around the World
— FIFA World Cup ? (@FIFAWorldCup) June 25, 2018
Mexico is Building That Wall After All
Mexico is building a wall and so far Germany is paying for it.
— Mitchell Prothero (@mitchprothero) June 17, 2018
Stuck in the Office
When your team wins 2-0 in the World Cup…but you have to watch it in the office…
Ft. @DotunAdebayo ??????
He's a happy man ahead of the World Football Phone-in tonight!
— BBC Radio 5 live (@bbc5live) June 22, 2018