Today's Google Doodle depicts a peaceful "image for the future" and a loving world where a group of children are hugging.
It was designed by 15-year-old Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, and made today's homepage after she won the Doodle 4 Google contest.
It's largely been met with praise, but unfortunately, not everyone is quite so happy.
There's, bizarrely, lots of people on the Internet comfortable complaining about a school girl's drawing.
Most prominently, Dave Rubin a political commentator and host of The Rubin Report was pretty upset by it.
Quite ironic considering he often talks about the left being delicate easily triggered snowflakes...
Apparently some Republicans are offended by anything.