You're a wombat. We're wombats. They're all wombats.
Ricky Stuart is on to something here.
The Canberra coach has changed his tune, and so should the wider rugby league community - some of which are 'wombats', if you ask the Raiders mentor.
Stuart was all class after the Green Machine's 14-8 NRL grand final loss on Sunday night, his side going down in somewhat controversial circumstances after a six-again call was reversed and the Raiders caught with the ball on what was eventually deemed the last tackle by referee Ben Cummins.
The Sydney Roosters went on to score the match-winner through James Tedesco on the next set of six and claim back-to-back NRL crowns, the first club to do so since Brisbane in 1992-93.
Normally, on the back of such a loss and the circumstances surrounding it, you could set your watch on a Stuart blow-up in the press conference post match.
It never arrived though.
Still clearly shattered by the loss, Stuart refused to buy into the sensationalism the rest of the rugby league world was being swept up in and denied his chance to take the gloss off what was a history-making night for the Roosters, his old club as well.
Both guns remained in their holster, when normally the fiery former Raiders half would have gone off both barrels at the referees and the NRL.
The execution around what some social media mad dogs off the leash on Sunday night are calling 'the worst call in Australian sporting history' was absolutely shocking, that's not in question.
But ultimately, regardless of how they got there, the officials made the right call, and Stuart was clearly aware of that.
It's certainly rich to say the decision cost Canberra the match - the Raiders had ample opportunity to score against an at-times 12-man Roosters defence.
Leilua not passing to an unmarked Rapana with the score at 8-all was a more telling moment. A fact Stuart is probably well aware of, too.
It's easy for supporters to vent on social media - it happened after this year's Group 10 grand final too - but declaring what was a correct decision a costly one is laughable.
Other fans decided to boo Clive Churchill medalist Jack Wighton too. Stuart called them 'wombats'.
Fair to say anyone happy to get swept up in the sensationalism of social media can cop the same brand.
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