This week 500 pages of phone calls between Tony Blair and Bill Clinton were released.
The conversations between the two leaders from 1997 to 2000, which were released following a BBC FOI request, are peppered with surprisingly lighthearted moments as the world leaders made some awful jokes - proving that they are just as awkward and mundane as everyone else.
However, comedian Michael Spicer has also been circulating false versions of the transcripts on social media sites - with many, including the King of Sweden, thinking they're real.
While some of these have been hilarious, we need to set the record straight.
Searching through the transcripts, we've separated the fact from the fiction - now it's your turn to do so.
Can you tell whether these transcripts are real or fake? Take the quiz, below: