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I'm going to tell you something you already know - England are shit.
The whole set-up is a group of overrated footballers who, when put together, somehow become worse than they already are, overseen by a clueless (former) manager who excels in mediocrity - and that's coming from someone who has supported Liverpool all their life.
The heartbreak of being knocked out by a country whose population is less than the amount of sperm you'll find in your sack has now descended into anger and humiliation.
BUT - if you're getting sick of the endless ribbing the country is receiving from Iceland, just remember that they have an 'anti-incest' app.
Yep. The country is so small that it's actually a worry that when dating, you might end up with a family member.
Because the population has only 320,000 residents, people may find themselves in the situation of almost bedding a cousin. Enter 'Bump'. The app that encourages you to 'bump in the app before you bump in the bed'.
Back in 2013 the app was developed, including a feature that will text someone if they're dating someone they're related to.
The producers of the app, from Sad Engineer Studios, told Digital Trends: "The 'Incest Prevention' is a fun feature that the user can enable through the options menu which will notify him with both text and sound if the one he bumps with... is related to him.
"We aren't sure if other countries have such interestingly interwoven bloodlines like we do, but we're pretty sure the Icelandic genealogy database is unique in its completeness."
Rather worryingly, Einar Magnusson, a graphic designer, told the Associated Press: "Everyone has heard the story of going to a family event and running into a girl you hooked up with some time ago.
"It's not a good feeling when you realise that girl is a second cousin. People may think it's funny, but [the app] is a necessity."
So yeah, we got knocked out of a premier international competition by a country whose top ten fears include fucking a relative.
Featured image credit: BBC
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