After the US Supreme Court ruled states cannot ban marriage equality, a bunch of Americans have taken to Twitter and said they will move to Australia, where same-sex couples cannot wed.
However, many Australians are not particularly happy about these declarations.
Lots of people have also threatened to move to Canada, which is pretty awkward given Canada has had marriage equality since 2005.
Despite the fact a clear majority of Australians support the reform, the parliament has dragged its heels for years – leaving Australia well behind other similarly developed, English-speaking nations.
However, advocates hope it will be a relatively short time before the disgruntled, anti-marriage equality Americans are forced to pick up and move yet again. Cross-party discussions about a marriage equality bill are expected to take place in the coming months.
The numbers in parliament are on a knife edge, and government MPs are currently forced to vote against marriage equality in accordance with their party platform. In order for a vote to pass, prime minister Tony Abbott would have to grant his MPs a free vote.