This year's Super Bowl, like nearly every big game in recent history, was just packed with moments that were perfectly meme-worthy.
Like the hilarious Tide ads starring David Harbour, who's solidified his role as America's cool uncle.
But there were some unintentionally hilarious things that happened during the game that people couldn't help but laugh at. Like Kevin Hart trying to sneak his way into the Eagles' locker room to celebrate, and getting denied.
Now I could go on and on about the plenty of worthy best-meme contenders from the Super Bowl this year, but they all paled in comparison to awkward selfie kid.
"Watching this cool teen was the best part of the halftime show," one person tweeted.
Just what was he doing on his phone? People started speculating.
Everyone started jumping on the selfie kid bandwagon, with TV shows using it as a hilarious promotional tool.
With others putting forth some more relatable scenarios.
Was he checking out footage of superior halftime shows?
Or was he trying to stay woke about the constant plight of the modern feminist movement?
I mean, he had to have known he'd be a meme.
Just imagine being in that position.
that poor kid probably felt so much pressure to take the damn selfie already— . (@janeviIlanueva) February 5, 2018
People scrutinizing your choice in cell phone accessories.
As awkward as he was on TV, at least he managed to snap this incredible photo.
Heck, even if his hometown team lost the Super Bowl, he can hold his head up high knowing he's the best meme to come out of the big game.
STORY: Just caught up with 13-year-old Ryan McKenna, the kid that took a selfie with Justin Timberlake at #SBLII. He's a seventh-grader at Derby Academy in Hingham, Mass. I think it's safe to say he'll be the most-popular kid at school when he returns. https://t.co/h6ls14kgxY— Dane Mizutani (@DaneMizutani) February 5, 2018
And they are some pretty darn good memes.
Thank you, Selfie Kid. You made a lot of people happy this Super Bowl.