Nobody cares about your NCAA tournament bracket. Sorry.

Yes, selecting a Final Four is as much a part of the March Madness experience as the upsets, the buzzer-beaters, and the millions of dollars lost as office productivity plummets. Just please, keep it to yourself.

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Is there anything more annoying than listening to a friend or co-worker tell you all about their upset specials and foolproof methods? The Early Lead’s Cindy Boren asked just that on Twitter:

Which is less interesting--other people’s brackets or their fantasy teams?

— Cindy Boren (@CindyBoren) March 16, 2012

So, need to blow off steam? We want to know which sports fan habit you think is most annoying. For example, Miguel Mora already let us know, “Brackets by far...fantasy team drafting takes skill. Picking brackets, none. My 5-yr old son’s bracket is 14-2, for example.”

Share your opinion in the comments or on Twitter using the hashtag #NoOneCaresAboutYourBracket. We’ll feature your top responses. Check out the best (so far) after the jump.

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