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The Incident {#WorldCupWives}


Some exciting things happened at the World Cup today. Costa Rica came through to be #1 in Group D, which was awesome-ly underdog shocking!

And then someone had the opportunity to tweet this picture above. Katie and I talk about Uruguay's Luis Suarez.

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Did you see this? Please... weigh in.

6 comments

  1. I was so sad to see Italy lose to Uruguay - they play dirty, and this just proves that point!

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  2. Yahoo Costa Rica. Our Canadian family cheering for Costa Rica while living in Mexico....pretty awesome. Thanks again for all the great stickes we are having a great time getting our album completed.

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  3. Melissa9:00 AM

    When my husband confirmed the biting story for me yesterday, my reaction was, "Seriously?! A grown. Man. BIT! Someone? What is he, 5??" (Ok, it's grammatically awkward to write that way, but that's how it came out when I said it.) So crazy! I do believe the thumb-sucking is usually a tribute to the player's baby when they score, kind of like when they shove the ball under their shirt to tribute their pregnant wife/girlfriend. Still strange, if you didn't know the context. I had to have that one explained to me by my Spanish husband, as well. I have no idea what the nose-picking is about, though! LOL

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  4. HAHAHAHA. I had NO IDEA thumb sucking was a nod to babies OR that players stuffed the ball under their shirts. (I'm going to keep an eye out for that one!) Hysterical. Love it! Thanks for enlightening us, Melissa!

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  5. You are so welcome. Glad you are enjoying them! Yay Costa Rica!! And yay Mexico! So. Much. Fun. :)

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  6. Haha. Yes, it was not the most sportsman-like of moves. Oh, Uruguay...

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