As frequenters of the internet know all too well, dancing politicians are the stuff of dreams—ahem, correction—memes.
A point in case is UK's Prime Minister Theresa May, who made her grand entrance to the Conservative Party conference on Wednesday getting down to the disco-influenced groove of ABBA's popular 1976 hit "Dancing Queen."
Fast forward one day later and May's hilariously robotic gyrations (or lack thereof) are fit for the annals of memedom—all neatly chronicled via a Twitter account set up just for "Theresa May Dancing to Stuff."
Just try to sit still:
Enter the meme engineers:
And many, many, MANY others:
Commenters had a lot to say about May's marvelous moves:
As well as the memes that followed:
This isn't the Prime Minister's first time around the dancing-meme block.
Here are clips from two other times May busted a move:
And a couple examples of the memes that followed:
This reaction from Twitter user Kelsey just about sums it up:
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