It's BUDGET DAY! Judging by previous years, no normal person is excited whatsoever.
But it's George Osborne's big day and he kicked it off by tweeting this photo, which people instantly started to take the piss out of.
Mainly because the chancellor was clearly just pretending to write.
People made their own edits.
There was a running theme, actually.
And obviously some people just drew a cock.
That wasn't the only budget day artwork around – this effort was being exhibited outside Downing Street.
Then the Lib Dems revealed that Osborne had blocked their press office on Twitter, marking the official end of the coalition.
As is tradition, Osborne then proudly held his briefcase up in front of the press.
As is also tradition, the nation then united as one to call him a briefcase wanker.
Osborne actually looks far nicer when he's holding a Thundercats lunchbox.
People mourned what might have been.
There was a #Balls2TheBudget protest outside, but we suspect they didn't mean Ed Balls.
After all the pre-match build up, the speech began and Tory MPs started diligently taking notes on Theresa May's head.
There were a lot of figures and percentages being announced and no one found it particularly enthralling.
There were interesting little bits like this though.
To be fair, Namibian roads look much more exciting than ours.
A number of cuts were announced – like changing the student maintenance grant into a loan.
An inheritance tax cut.
And stopping child support for any more than two children per family.
Some opposition MPs got a bit angry about the cuts, so the deputy speaker had to intervene.
The SNP in particular didn't seem to be enjoying themselves inside the Commons.
Then the chancellor announced a £9 living wage, and everyone went bananas.
Especially Iain Duncan Smith, who celebrated like this.
Look how excited he is.
Fucking get in!
This harrowing faceswap was made.
Then inevitable Soleros were added, and Iain Duncan Smith's meme status was achieved.
So, basically, the budget has given us some things that people like, and some things they don't.
And at least we know one person enjoyed budget day.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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