One brave All Black faithful has already immortalised what she thinks will be the end result of this year’s Rugby World Cup.
Emily MacDonald reckons New Zealand will be crowned champions and got a tattoo to prove it.
On her thigh is the outline of the Webb Ellis trophy with ‘2023 NZ’ written inside of it.
Like all of us, Emily was riding high after the All Blacks win over Ireland in the quarter-final.
"I got it done yesterday morning," she told AM."My thought was I watched the rugby game... and was on a bit of a buzz when we finished, because it was a very tense last 10 minutes."
"I told my dad that, if we win, I'd get the Rugby World Cup tattooed on me in celebration. My friend James told me it would be way funnier if I got it before and predicted the outcome."
"I thought that would be funny as well. I have a lot of faith in the boys. I doubt they'll let us down."
Host Lloyd Burr, speaking for the rest of NZ, reckons Emily's fate-tempting tat makes her a perfect scapegoat.
"If we lose the game tomorrow, I'm going to need someone to blame," he said. "A lot of people around New Zealand might be looking to you, going, 'That Emily chick from Wellington, she jinxed it'."
Emily insists that if they win it will be because of her, but also has a backup plan if things go wrong.
“Either I leave it, because it's really funny, or my tattoo artist said he can cross out the date for free and I'll just change it to the next year we win," she said.
Well, Emily, I and the nation are hoping you’ll be seen as a national hero rather than a walking tatted jinx.