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Cheeky Website Set Up To Keep Brazil vs Germany’s Brutal Scoreline Rolling For All Eternity

By Chris Wright


“Stop! Stop! He’s already dead!”

Don’t ask us why because we don’t exactly know, but someone out there somewhere has set up a website called “Brazil vs Germany for Eternity” that’s sole purpose is to track the score of Tuesday evening’s World Cup semi-final massacre for the rest of time.

The counter just ticks along at the same rate (+7 goals for Germany and +1 goal for Brazil spaced out proportionally over 90-minute cycles) over and over again, making it possible to dip in and see just what the score would be between the two sides should the game have been allowed to continue forever – though of course it wasn’t under the Human Rights act.

Here you go, take a gander for yourself (SPOILER ALERT: Germany are still winning).

(Via 101GG)

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By Chris on July 10th, 2014 in Funnies, Media, Newsnow, World Cup. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

2 Responses to “Cheeky Website Set Up To Keep Brazil vs Germany’s Brutal Scoreline Rolling For All Eternity”

  1. Walter Eagle says:

    This doesn’t seem to be working correctly. The arithmetic is a bit wonky. As I’m typing this it’s showing a score of 236 : 31
    That would imply that Germany are nearing the end of their 34th game (which will end with them having 7 x 34 = 238 goals) whereas Brazil are only in their 32nd game (which will end with them having, oh, let’s see, I know, 1 x 32 = 32 goals)

    No wonder the Germans won.
    They played another couple of games while Brazil had their backs turned!

  2. Jarren says:

    I’ll take your word for it, Walter.

    Maths was never my strong point!

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