Except it's not that people "get off" on investors losing money - there are two sides to every trade and obviously each side placed a trade thinking they would make money. Did you "get off" on people that were shorting this stock during its massive melt up? No, you were happy to make money, not thinking of those who were losing it simultaneously. Why not consider it's the exact same on the other side of the trade?
From my perspective, given the post-split run this stock has been on (up 30% in 2 months), it was priced for perfection, not to mention I suspect smart traders took profits prior to earnings. Earnings weren't bad, but they were far from perfect especially considering the guidance. I bought puts slightly out of the money (the Dec $62.50s) thinking anything short of perfect and I probably end up in the money.
So far, so good.
Not to mention, I suspect you're still sitting on a pretty nice profit from your stock buy as well.