With conditions looking good at Trent Bridge this morning, England and Australia got the fourth Ashes Test underway. It seemed like it would be a normal day of Test cricket.
But then MINUTES later, this happened...
Suddenly, this quote from Australia captain Michael Clarke started to look pretty funny:
And then the wickets kept on coming, Australia capitulated and lost five wickets in the first 25 balls.
"Hahahahahahahahaha..." could be heard throughout most of the UK. But not in this particular section of Trent Bridge.
Even the police got in on the act.
But there was no sympathy.
Captain Clarke fought bravely, and managed to get above 10 runs, a heroic effort for an Australian this summer:
But he soon walked, and it wasn't long before the rest of the Australian batsmen followed suit...
Australia were all out for 60, so they made history after all...
They were bowled out so quickly, that you could fit their entire innings into ONE tweet.
You could even fit in the runs from "extras" (points awarded to the batting side for fouls by the fielding side), and still write out Australia's innings in one tweet.
"HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA," still ringing around England.
Perhaps for the first time, you too could experience what life would be like as a professional Australian cricketer.
At this point, the whole of England are creased in laughter, unable to lift themselves off the floor where they are rolling around uncontrollably, tears streaming from their eyes, murmuring "60 all out... 60 all out".
Australians weren't best pleased.
In fact, one Aussie newspaper labelled it "Pomicide".
And when it became clear that Australia's top runs scorer was "Extras", even our politicians got involved in the trolling.
And all this happened by lunchtime... it was all a bit too much.
Records were broken!
And not just for England...
It could be the first time this has ever happened on a BBC poll...