In recent years a hugely popular meme floating around the internet puts two things synonymous with each other side-by-side with a phrase something like "name a better duo" alongside.
Think Batman and Robin, or Bert and Ernie. Maybe even macaroni and cheese.
If one was made for the Central West AFL community, it wouldn't be popular with Dubbo Demons fans.
Dubbo Demons and minor semi-final losses. Name a better duo.
Harsh as it may seem, you can't deny its relevance.
The Demons have made finals in seven of the past nine seasons and each of those times was knocked out in the first week.
The last Demons side to make it beyond the minor semi-final was the Dubbo team of 2009, which shocked Orange in the sudden death match before being knocked out a week later.
With that damning statistic in mind it may be fair to think the Demons will head to Bathurst on Saturday for a do-or-die clash with the Bathurst Giants without a whole lot of confidence.
The Demons side of 2019 is made of a different mettle.
It might not look like it on paper, they finished the regular season in fourth like so many of the teams before them.
But even rivals teams this season have commented on the Demons' improved form away from home and this weekend offers the current batch of players a golden chance to show that progress.
"It's huge. It means everything to us," forward Bevan Charlton-White said of ending the run of finals pain.
"We need to change that. We know we've got a decent side so hopefully we can put it together."
Belief hasn't been an issue for Demons sides in recent years.
Former coach Will Bunt often boldly stated before each season he was targeting a spot in the grand final each year while current mentor Shayne Wilesmith has also stated his side can match any in the competition.
But putting it all together, especially away from home, has always been the issue.
"The belief has always been there but it has been frustrating," Charlton-White said of this year.
"The most we lost by away at Orange or against the Bushrangers sides was 16 points.
"It's been frustrating we haven't got that big scalp but we've got plenty of time to do that on Saturday."
Coming to grips with the smaller field at the Giants home of George Park is one of the biggest challenges facing the Demons on Saturday, with winning the ball from midfield and not allowing hosts time to get extra bodies behind the ball a focus for Charlton-White.
The key forward, who missed a number of games this year with a broken finger, said consistency and intensity is the other big thing which can drive his side to victory.
"The two go hand-in-hand," he said.
"Playing those four quarters and intensity and effort.
"At Orange when we lost by three there was a lot we did wrong but the intensity and effort was so high we were always going to be in the game."
Charlton-White added he's feeling back to his best after working towards full match fitness in recent weeks, while the return of midfielder Chris Bell is also a boost heading into the do-or-die fixture.
Saturday's minor semi-final at George Park starts at 2.30pm.