Gan on man get carried away!
The crazy world of Newcastle United will always mean that life as a Toon fan is always either really, really bad or like the trip to Spurs really, really good.
In fact Spurs summed up exactly what Newcastle were all about after the gung ho display at White Hart Lane left Tottenham rattled and with no answers to a superb attacking display.
A couple of people have said: "Don't get carried away."
But if you can't enjoy a rare away battering of Spurs and look ahead to a brighter future, exactly what is the point in following football?
True, when it comes to the calculators Newcastle aren't actually safe yet and the 12th position they currently hold in the Premier League right can easily change between now and the end of the campaign.
But there was something about the win over Spurs that almost made a statement about what KK wants to do with the current Newcastle team.
And any sceptics who utter the words: "You should never go back in football" may now disappear back into the woodwork.
Aside from the fact Newcastle were awesome going forward and lethal when it came to finishing in the second period just like they did against Fulham previously they got the lucky break.
Good luck hasn't been a permanent feature throughout the season on Tyneside and while the Toon Army were delighted by Nicky Butt's well crafted equaliser, the shot just sneaked in and had United conceded a goal like that fans would be tearing their hair out (if they have any left after such a frustrating campaign.)
But as far as this author is concerned getting carried away is no bad thing.
My gut reaction after the game was: "We'll stuff Reading now."
Forgive me in advance for being so positive, naive or unrealistic but having witnessed the impact of Kevin Keegan once before, if the future is half as good as it was last time surely it'll be better than some of the dross served up during the darker days of the last five or six years, wouldn't it?
WHAT DO YOU THINK?