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You know Theresa May's bizarrely low curtsy?
Yep, that's the one: where she looks as if she's lunging her legs to death at a hardcore gym class, rather than attending a formal ceremony.
If you can't recall, you're in for a treat, as the curtsey has risen - well, lowered, seriously lowered - itself into our lives once more.
As the prime minister greeted Prince William at a ceremony marking the centenary of the First World War Battle of Amiens, she sunk so low that her knee almost hit the floor.
Yet, somehow, she still looked steady nonetheless. It is strangely impressive.
theresa may's impressively low/awkward curtsy strikes again https://t.co/uSmClCVM03 — David Mack (@David Mack)
https://t.co/PvkFXPnifc — David Mack (@David Mack)
Theresa May doing a curtsy is actually just Gollum in a skirt. (@fatbobmoonbeam) https://t.co/xcthenMa96 — Alice Tai MBE (@Alice Tai MBE)
Theresa May curtsy looks like she's holding down about to do an uppercut on Mortal Kombat https://t.co/xwJiMeALby — jude (@jude)
*me getting off the bus* https://t.co/2ZxevsjSMz — David Mack (@David Mack)
honestly this is an impressive lunge https://t.co/gbNsLxiF2S — David Mack (@David Mack)
Seeing Theresa May curtsy for the Royal Family is one of the funniest (& most awkward) things I’ve seen for a while… https://t.co/FK30dUZIEP — A (@A)
a canny stop laughing at these man she’s lit a big decrepit spider https://t.co/opgWVUOzl8 — rhiannon (@rhiannon)
if u imagine that these are pics of her mid walk these get 10283827 times funnier https://t.co/435SfX3KV3 — alice (taylors version) (@alice (taylors version))
Say what you want but that’s a strong and stable Jazz fourth https://t.co/LaZpWmXj9Y — Mary Scott (@Mary Scott)
Perhaps we should thank May for gifting us with a touch of hilarity among the Brexit-laden misery currently wafting out of Westminster, not to mention the "blatant Islamophobia" from her former secretary, Boris Johnson. How kind.
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