The FA Cup third round draw has fans of the participating teams on the edge of their seats with sheer delight, indifference, or indignation coming through when their sides' fate is sealed.
Brentford, QPR and Fulham were all handed home ties against clubs not in the Championship. The Bees host Notts County, Rangers face MK Dons, while Fulham take on Premier League side Southampton.
Reaction to the draw has been mixed but relatively similar across the board.
Much like England going into a World Cup draw, the third round draw can be the most entertaining part of the competition for west London's Championship clubs.
So, here we imagine what is going through the minds of the stereotypical Brentford, Fulham and QPR fans as the draw comes out.
Ipswich – No thanks but at least it's relatively local – will face Sheffield United – Phew! I didn't want either of them.
Watford – A local Premier League side away but not that exciting – will face Bristol City – No loss that.
Birmingham – Argh. No thanks – will play Burton Albion – Woohoo! A trip there in January wouldn't have been fun.
Liverpool – Go on! Pull out our number, you know you want to – will face Everton – ARGH! That's two decent away days gone right there and we'll hear all the same stories for the umpteenth time.
Brighton – A trip to the south coast wouldn't be too bad – will play Crystal Palace – That's meant to be a derby based on cup ties right?
Aston Villa – Been there done that – take on Woking or Peterborough – A trip to the Cards would have been a fun day out but no loss really.
AFC Bournemouth – That wouldn't be too bad I guess – will face AFC Fylde or Wigan – Oh well.
Coventry – No thanks! - will face Stoke – That's all right then. Plenty of big boys left and the chances improve.
Newport – It's a new ground for me – are at home to Leeds – Oh dear.
Bolton – No, just no! - will host Huddersfield – Get in!
Port Vale or Yeovil – Uninspiring – will face Bradford – Good.
Nottingham Forest – I'd rather not thanks – are at home to Arsenal – Argh! Another big team gone from the draw.
Brentford – Big team please/No thanks and please not a big team – will face Notts County – Meh (Brentford fans lose interest)/Good! Save the big teams for us.
QPR – United or Spurs please/No thanks and please not a big team – are hosting MK Dons – That's a loss then (QPR fans lose interest)/Fulham fans: Still some big teams left.
Manchester United – Yes please! - will face Derby – Boo!
Forest Green or Exeter – A new ground and could be a good day out – are home to West Brom – that's a shame.
Doncaster – NO! - will face Slough or Rochdale – Slough away would have been a laugh!
Tottenham – Wembley! Go on then – will face AFC Wimbledon – They always get decent draws; remember they had Liverpool a few years ago!
Middlesbrough – Not Fulham, Not Fulham, Please not Fulham! - are at home to Sunderland – Phew! Thank goodness for that.
Fleetwood or Hereford – All aboard for that! - are at home to Leicester – At least Chelsea are still in there.
Blackburn or Crewe – Please no – could face Hull – Jolly good!
Cardiff – If this is Fulham I will resent Jermaine Jenas for the rest of my life – will play Manfield – Good job Jermaine!
Manchester City – We'd be heavily beaten but go on – are at home to Burnley – I didn't want to go to Turf Moor and Chelsea are still in it.
Shrewsbury – That could be fun – will face West Ham – No Olympic Stadium trip this year then.
Wolves – if we want to focus on the league that'd be a good draw – host Swansea – no long trips to Wales is a bonus.
Stevenage – Interesting – host Reading – Good, we avoid them.
Newcastle – Ryan Sessegnon time – will play Luton – Saves a long trip.
Millwall – Really? I'd rather not. - are at home to Barnsley – Last on Match of the Day if ever I saw a tie.
Fulham – Chelsea, Chelsea, Chelsea – are at home to Southampton – Argh. That's not a good draw at all (Fulham fans lose interest).