Why do people surrender so easily in normals?

The general point of playing games is having fun and enjoying the gameplay. Some people do it because they like competition, but those people would play ranked instead of normals. So tell me, why do people ff in normals so easily? In normals it doesn't matter if you win or lose, the only difference is just a little xp. In ranked I get it that they're trying to climb and want to ff a lost game as fast as they can, but why do people do that in normals? Even if you know you'll probably lose, it's fun playing, and I personally even find it way more fun playing from behind and trying to come back, than just smashing the enemy team. Like it's so much more enjoyable losing a close game than winning a game where you destroyed the enemy team without trying too much. If you want to ff a game where we're slightly behind, why do you never ff games where we're so much ahead? It's way less fun winning without a challenge than losing because the opponent made a sick play. The journey is what matters, not the destination. If you only care about the outcome, go play ranked or play competitive coinflips with no gameplay value. But in normals where the outcome of the game has close to no weight whatsoever, why don't you just do what you're supposed to do in a game, and try to enjoy it, even while losing? In normals I honestly couldn't care less about the outcome, what really matters is the plays I, my team, and the enemy team makes. Gameplay is what really makes a game. And once again, I get it when people surrender early in ranked games, because they know it's lost and they want to start another one to have more games to play and climb faster, but in normals it makes 0 sense why someone would spam ff15 from the 5th minute. Can't you just put away your ranked mindset while playing normals and start enjoying the game for what it offers? {{sticker:sg-lux-2}}
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