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Open headline cliche thread

Last night I went to bed just after the Giants tied the score. What do I see when I go to SFgate this morning? The headline: "Snakebitten." No need to look at the score (that said, I'm sure Correia's recent habit of giving up walkoffs will certainly be opined upon in a separate diary).

How, oh how many times have I seen this headline  after a Giants loss to the Diamondbacks? Maybe... every single time they've ever lost to the Diamondbacks? Maybe just eight out of 10 DB losses. Whatever it is, it's too much.
It used to be when J.T. Snow had a good game SFgate carried the headline "Snow Job." That one got kind of annoying I let it pass because "snow job" sounds like "blow job," and I'm immature like that. There's a few others I can think of but I don't want to hog them.
Open Lame Giants cliche headline thread

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