cry into (one's) beer

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cry into (one's) beer

To be emotional or unhappy about something. Used humorously. If our home team loses the big game, my boyfriend will definitely be crying into his beer afterward.
See also: beer, cry

cry into your beer

If someone cries into their beer, they are upset about something. Before a divorce you need endless discussions where you can cry into your beer while your best buddy pretends not to be bored. Note: People often use names of other drinks instead of beer. I remember her sitting on the side of the bed and crying into her cup of cocoa.
See also: beer, cry
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One senior Downing Street aide told the Sunday Times that in a meeting last month it was said that Mrs May and her top team "will not be crying into our beer" if Parliament forces the Government's hand on the issue.
G Jones Paget Road, Barry Island AFTER digesting the loss against South Africa, spending hours crying into our beer for a game we should have won, I, and thousands of other Welsh Rugby lovers, are disgusted to know that as we carried out our post-mortem examination the Welsh squad were enjoying the Stereophonics gig.
If we focused on all our missed opportunities this season we'd be crying into our beer for a long, long time." Alan Irvine's Preston beat QPR 2-1 to gr ab the last playoff spot by virtue of having scored one more goal than promotion rivals Cardiff.
There's no use crying into our beer. Perhaps, if we reach the last four in the next World Cup and the idiotic media people don't lose their heads, keep our feet on the ground, we may just lift the cup.
He said: "We could be crying into our beer at the end of the tournament.
"We won't be crying into our beer. I am so proud of my players.
Historically football has seen us laughing together as a country and crying into our beer together on the same scale.