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Man graciously accepts he has no fucking idea about what's going on in FIFA World Cup

19, Jun 2014 By idiot420

New Delhi. Alok Kumar, a 25 years old IT professional took one of the most daring steps of his life by graciously accepting that he had no fucking idea about what was going on in FIFA World Cup.

However, before publicly confessing the truth, Alok did try his best to make himself look like someone who knew the game, but he couldn’t fake it for long.

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Yes, you did it.

“Well, I did try to follow football, but frankly it’s not my cup of tea!” Alok candidly admitted, “Everyone on Twitter and Facebook was talking about it, so I couldn’t stop myself from waking up late in night and watching random matches. It was a burden. But not anymore!”

“I am feeling like a free bird now,” Alok told Faking News when our reporter asked “aap ko kaisa lag raha hai?

“Now I can tweet whatever I want and I am not ashamed of it,” he explained.

Alok said that the decision to come out of the closet was not an easy one and he had to summon a lot of courage, motivation, and self-respect to do it.

He also thanked his friends and family members for  standing by him in these tough times. “It was their love and support, otherwise I would have never gathered courage to bring my real self in front of this world. I still remember my best friend Abhik giving me a 2011 Cricket World Cup CD to me and telling me to be happy with what I was,” Alok revealed.

Alok has now switched off football updates from Twitter and has gone total meh about anything related to football, with exception of pictures of footballer’s girlfriends.

Social scientists are predicting that after Alok’s daredevil step, many more fake and under pressure football fans could come forward and declare their true self.

“There are lakhs of more Alok out there, who have succumbed to the social media pressure and are recklessly tweeting bullshit about football as if they are under some kind of paranormal influence. They should learn from Alok and come back to their normal lives,” hoped an optimistic Dr. Naresh Malhotra, a psychologist and John Abraham critic.

Meanwhile, impressed by Alok’s boldness, an NGO working for rehabilitation of fake football fans has appointed him as their brand ambassador.