That's right, a video of a man sipping water has gone viral.
It seems that nerves got a little too much for Floridian Junior US Senator Marco Rubio who ended up with a spot of dry mouth during his GOB rebuttal speech. His now infamous 'water break' has gone viral, with people across the globe chortling at his very awkward sip.
Rubio has been described by the Telegraph as "an early favourite for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination." While one might wonder whether he's up to the task - needing a sip of water during just one speech?! What would he do if he were president? - his response to the viral sip was well said.
"I needed water, what am I going to do?" Rubio told "Good Morning America" - at which point he pulled out a bottle of water and took another sip. "God has a funny way of reminding us we're human," he added.
Furthermore, ABC spoke to Poland Spring, the brand of water that was on hand to quench the young senator's thirst. "Everyone gets thirsty and, you know, we're really glad that Poland Spring was right at hand for Senator Rubio during his need for refreshment," Jane Lazgin, a spokeswoman for Poland Spring, said. "We love water, all kinds of water. People drink a billion packaged beverages a day, so when they are looking for water, wherever they are, the simple refreshment does what it did for Senator Rubio last night. It's handy, it's there - the brand they know, Poland Spring."
The long-awaited fourth season of 'Peaky Blinders' debuts later this year, with Tom Hardy now confirmed to reprise his role as Alfie Solomons.
For the sci-fi horror thriller Life, Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds team up to play astronauts trying to contain an aggressive alien creature.
Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld says that the chemistry between Ryan Reynolds and Zazie Beetz in upcoming Marvel movie 'Deadpool 2' needs to be...
The British actress opened up about the disorder she's been battling since she was a teenager.