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A football player called Cristiano Ronaldo yells SIIUUUU when he celebrates, and the dive into the coffin might be implicating that Ronaldo dives? I'm not sure about that part.
He yells SIMMMM, which means yes.
He is Portuguese, but he yells in Spanish: "Siiiii".
PS: My comment reads much better if completely out of context. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Initially read this as, "deceased husband". I think that's a much more fun question to answer, but one for which I also have zero answers.
Nothing out of the ordinary, just a normal Portuguese religious funeral. That is the way we give grace to our lord and savior CR7. Also, before we close the coffin, we remove the deceased's head and try to score a cerimonial penalty shot with it. If it's a goal, seven years of happiness will follow for the family. If it is a miss, the person who missed will have to sacrify him/herself to Messi, Lord of Darkness, the Underworld, and Paris.
Source: I'm Portuguese.
Diving and yelling SIUUUU? Sounds like Ronaldo…
> Peter, want an answer to this question? Resquests help you get answers to your question.
\> Has peter on the username
Wait, did *you* just make the question?
I might be wrong, but I'm pretty sure just literally anyone can request answers.
That said, I haven't touched Quora in a good few years and the U.I is confusing af so I dunno.
Anyone can request answers on Quora
Nope, if you follow a question you’ll receive notifications like you askedthe question
My condolences to Ronald for his loss
What does that mean?
Shouldn't this be in /r/soccercirclejerk ?
Madre mía el Bicho
It'd be cooler if the dead person was the one doing that.
My favorite part is “What can I do about this in future” as if this might happen again
As a Portuguese I resemble that remark!
Prime r/soccercirclejerk material
I thought this was a Black Dynamite reference ngl
que humilde el Bicho
PORTUGAL CARALHO SIUUUUU
i hope my gf does that when i die ngl
No, „siuuuuu” is definetely polish