If it's exactly as bad as you thought it should be, isn't this a win for prediction?
But isn't a part of you hoping that maybe it happened for a reason, or maybe it won't be so bad?
Why would it suck if it's not as bad as you thought it would be?
You're searching for a prophetical meaning in something mundane and seemingly redundant - of course it happened for a reason, you took that decision and knew the outcome.
I'm saying it sucks because it's as bad as you thought, but you're kind of hoping that it would maybe be better