Why doesn't anybody look at me the way this Wales fan looks dreamily at his half finished, flat-looking pint of beer?
In a moment that has since gone viral, a thirsty Rugby fan was caught falling in love with his drink, while a proud Welsh woman blasted out the national anthem before Wales' win over Scotland in the inaugural Doddie Weir Cup tie.
Just look at the way he looks it up and down.
Have you ever seen a man look so lovingly into a drink?
Twitter user @ posted the clip on social media earlier and it quickly picked up numbers, eventually ending up on over 17,000 RT's and over 65,000 favourites.
"I want you to look at me the way this guy looks at his pint" she captioned it, as people speculated what kind of beverage was in the plastic cup.
Last month, a football fan in Germany became a viral sensation after being snapped up carrying at least seven pints and a hotdog as he makes his way back to his seat.
The supporter, though we're still not completely sure where his allegiance lies, was in attendance for Dusseldorf vs Schalke yesterday and made sure he had the very best experience at the game.
Of course, he just had to have a German Sausage as a snack and made sure to wash it down with a plethora of bevvies.
Journalist and Bundesliga aficionado Archie Rhind-Tutt seemed to think it was beer that he was drinking but it was in fact 'Altbier', the traditional drink in and around the city of Dusseldorf.
He had his hands more than full but somehow manage to juggle all the pints, as well as chomping on his hotdog/bockwurst at the same time. Multi-tasking at its finest
Weirdly, the bloke looks like he's wearing a Red Star Belgrade shirt but he looks like he's having the time of his life so who are we to judge him?
It's common knowledge that you can drink in your seat over in Germany and many clubs operate using a tab system for booze but we're still in a bit of disbelief as to who he's got so many in his clutch at once. We can only salute him.
His pints-juggling skills follow on from Swedish player Kennedy catching and supping a beer thrown from the stands to celebrate scoring a 30-yard free-kick in a 3-0 win over Goteborg (Gothenburg).
The 37-year old is in the final year of his second spell in the Swedish capital with Hammarby IF and he was desperate to make a memorable moment.