The FA Cup first round got under way this weekend and we asked you to send us your experiences of events using #getcarriedaway.
From teams being inspired by Warrington's televised defeat of Exeter to first-round commentary bingo and sneak peaks inside dressing rooms, hundreds of you did exactly that.
Here, we chart the story of the FA Cup weekend, as told by you.
The first round of the FA Cup kicked off with an upset as Northern Premier Division One side Warrington Town beat League Two Exeter 1-0 live on the BBC.
As the players dreamed of emulating Warrington's FA Cup upset, the East Thurrock fans made the long trip to Hartlepool to see their non-league side lose 2-0.
Warrington's efforts crossed sporting boundaries in the town with Crosfield Rugby League club tweeting their support.
Ahead of the Warrington match, one fan got in the mood with an FA Cup commentary bingo game.
Non-league Weston-Super-Mare's FA Cup first-round tie against League One Doncaster fell victim to the weather as the match was postponed after a pitch inspection.
The FA Cup brought fans together as their paths crossed during their lengthy travels up and down the country.
Special events were also set up closer to home as FA Cup fever gripped the nation.
The goals flew in at Whaddon Road as Cheltenham Town beat Swindon 5-0.
But it was not good news for everybody, as Conference leaders Barnet went down 3-1 to League Two pacesetters Wycombe at The Hive.
For some fans it was just too much as Conference club Bristol Rovers lost 1-0 away to Tranmere.
The FA Cup can also bring home comforts, with Peterborough scoring a stoppage-time winner to beat Carlisle 2-1 at London Road. But spare a thought for the visitors.
The hopes of Conference South side Bromley were dashed in a thrilling 4-3 defeat by Conference side Dartford.
But one team's woe is another team's joy.
There were memorable moments at the start and end of the game at Ten Acres as Ben Strevens' 90th-minute strike earned Eastleigh a dramatic 2-1 victory against Conference rivals Lincoln.
There was a hairy moment as League Two side Plymouth Argyle beat Conference North outfit AFC Fylde 2-0.
While one young fan gave his day out at Home Park a big thumbs-up.
Gosport Borough fans were in high spirits before the Conference South side went down 6-3 to Colchester United.
The clubs joined the fans in getting carried away, with Blyth Spartans giving us a glimpse inside the dressing room ahead of the visit of Altrincham to Croft Park.
And the Northern Premier League side pulled off a shock to beat Conference Premier side Altrincham 4-1.
And the upsets continued as non-league Worcester showed real heart to beat former FA Cup winners Coventry City 2-1 at the Ricoh Arena.
Finally, one fan ensured it would be a day he would never forget by claiming an impressive souvenir from Worcester's win.