People are just as angry as usual about Prime Minister’s Questions this week.
It's Wednesday, which means #PMQs spewed all over your timeline, right on cue.
There has literally been no change in the level of irritation about the forty minute session since it was first televised in the 1989, but we're still pretending it's a surprise.
A new report by a thinktank, RemainInDenial, found that Brexit is forecast to cost the UK £772 trillion and the Isle of Man.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump decided to invade Mexico, the Foreign Secretary called the continent of Asia "a bit up itself", a major scandal broke out about armed forces expense accounts, and it emerged that the UK is arming conflicts in 52 countries around the world.
Jeremy Corbyn asked six questions about social care.
Speaker John Bercow ordered the house divide over whether his 47 second record-breaking bellow of "order" was 'magnificent' or 'tremendous'.
Here's a snapshot of how Twitter reacted to Theresa May's response to a question from the Member for Sycophance-on-Sea about how brilliant she is:
Luckily the media was on form to offer fresh perspectives on all the action.
Labour moderates criticised Jeremy Corbyn for asking three questions about the number of people without access to a land line phone in urban areas.
Labour's insurgent group Momentary responded in kind.
After the virality of Tom Watson's second 'dab' failed to take off, this compelling and accurate meme was extremely popular among sixth form politics students and people under the impression that the SNP is left wing.
Outrage came over the silencing of Ukip's former leader Nigel Farage, who was last seen on a yacht with Kellyanne Conway discussing Sweden's unfortunate working class.
It was all completely tiresome.