Are you a graceful loser?

United States
January 12, 2009 10:03pm CST
As we all know, it's award season in Hollywood. I don't care to watch those type of things, but I catch glimpses from time to time while looking throw channels or things posted online. I've noticed when they announced the winner, they pan to the losers. Often, they look visiblely annoyed and don't bother to clap for the winner. Anyway, to me they look like ungraceful losers. When you loose something, are you graceful? Do you let it show if you are upset? Also, if you lose something do you ever try to dispute the results?
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@echomonster (2229)
• Greenwood, Mississippi
15 Jan 09
I'm normally a graceful loser. Sometimes, though, someone you are competing against disrespects or irritates you -- I have to admit I'm not always so graceful in that case. Even then, though, I'm more annoyed at who I lost to than the fact that I lost...I definitely never mind losing to a friend. If I was making as much money for "losing" as Hollywood types do, I think I'd be able to smile and clap at just about any result, though!
@ktosea (2027)
• China
13 Jan 09
it's not the loser it self but the spectators and teh medias made the man like a loser.I don't think it's a good way to act like that
@lilaclady (28270)
• Australia
13 Jan 09
Yeh I am maybe because I am used to it, I am definitely no good at games, never have been, always lost, I was never clever ar school so I failed a lot so I have learnt that losing isn't anything I don't have a big ego when it comes to winning...