Look, let's be honest - this hasn't been the greatest ever European Championship in terms of the quality of football.
Luckily, though, there's been plenty going on off the pitch to keep us all amused when interest in the tournament itself dipped...
1. These incredible dominoes
Remember before the the group stage started, when we were all full of hope? These dominoes somehow embody that hope. And it therefore seems pretty apt they all get knocked over.
2. Joachim Low's scratch-and-sniff moment
-- Balls to Cancer (@Ballstocancer) June 12, 2016
The Germany coach took his hand, shoved it down his pants and then sniffed his fingers. He late apologised, blaming "adrenaline and concentration", but it was a real Low point.
3. This sleeping Welsh fan
Wales fan Gareth Tansey had a bit too much to drink before getting to the stadium and slept through one of the greatest moments in his country's footballing history - when Gareth Bale struck against Slovakia to score their first ever European Championship goal. He also had his picture taken with Welsh rugby veteran Shane Williams - though he didn't know much about it.
4. Buffon's buffoonery
-- Michal Czechowicz (@MJCzechowicz) June 13, 2016
Buffon kept on catching the eye, not least by singing the Italian national anthem with crazed intensity. But his best moment was when he attempted a celebratory swing on the crossbar after the win over Belgium, only to fall off.
5. Rubbish stickers
This was supposed to be a smile. pic.twitter.com/BxMOxKEFBf
-- Panini Cheapskates (@CheapPanini) July 7, 2016
Sian and Alex Pratchett have been sketching all 800 stickers from the Panini Euro 2016 album, despite a lack of artistic ability.
They're being sold off to raise money for charity. Who wouldn't want to own that?
6. This guy's emotional roller coaster
-- Euros 2016 France (@EurosRelated) June 16, 2016
This chap was hella upset when England equalised against Wales - but he soon perked up when he realised the camera was on him, What a guy.
7. Jim McDonald
Former Coronation Street actor Charlie Lawson was providing his unique take on Northern Ireland's impressive run throughout the tournament. This is one of the non-sweary ones. If you want the slightly more colourful versions, check him out on Twitter.
8. Ivan Perisic's hair
We applaud his patriotism, but not his sense of style. If you think it's the worst haircut you've ever seen on a footballer, that's because no footballer has ever had a worse haircut. And that's saying something.
9. Roy Keane's trip
Ireland assistant coach Keane showed he still has a touch of devilment about him with this trip on goalkeeping coach Seamus McDonagh in training. Mind you, if that's the worst Keane has done to him, McDonagh can think himself pretty lucky.
10. This French TV wizardry
-- Brice Bachon (@BriceBachon) June 19, 2016
Come on, BBC and ITV, you're lagging behind. On French TV, they actually walk through the TV. Pretty sure we haven't seen Alan Shearer do that.
-- BreatheSport (@BreatheSport) June 20, 2016
The spoilsports at Uefa went for #RUSWAL as the official hashtag when Wales took on Russia rather than #WALRUS, but that didn't mean Twitter paid any attention. Cue endless pictures of marine mammals.
12. This dabbing hero
Geezer dabbing for the national anthem??????? pic.twitter.com/GiTizZXYXU
-- Ollie (@Unbeaten49ers) June 21, 2016
This kid dropped his official duties to have a go at dabbing during God Save The Queen before Northern Ireland took on Germany. Well played kid. We're doing our bit to prolong your 15 minutes of fame.
12. The Irish fans
-- Catherine Wylie (@wyliecatherine) June 21, 2016
A man wearing an Ireland shirt and a horse mask kicked a ball through an open window, and the internet went mad for it. While fans of certain other nations didn't cover themselves in glory on the streets of France, the Irish supporters were welcome wherever they went. Although possibly not by whoever was on the other side of that window.
13. Cristiano Ronadlo's mic-throwing tantrum
While his Real Madrid team-mate Gareth Bale was charming everyone in the media he met, Ronaldo was busy throwing a reporter's microphone in a lake. Apparently he and the reporter in question have previous - but it still didn't look great. Well, actually, it looked hilarious.
14. Tyson Fury's Jagerbombs
This is how much I love my fans, euro 2016, 200 jäger bombs, for the the fans, pic.twitter.com/pmzjQ5kU8f
-- #Gypsyking (@Tyson_Fury) June 26, 2016
He might have a few unfortunate views, but nobody could accuse Tyson Fury of a lack of generosity. The boxer turned up in France ahead of England's last-16 clash with Iceland and bought 200 Jagerbombs for fans. He may not have been in quite such a generous mood after the match finished.
15. The wrong Joe Hart
RIP my Twitter inbox.
-- Joe Hart (@JoeHart) June 27, 2016
Spare a thought for comedian Joe Hart, who was showered with abuse after his namesake the England goalkeeper's gaffe saw England knocked out of the tournament.
16. Jerome Boateng's ludicrous handball
Germany defender Boateng got himself into a ridiculous - but very graceful - position to give away a penalty against Italy. It was a great moment for the good people of the internet, who immediately got to work with Photoshop.
17. Iceland's 'Viking war chant'
After the Iceland fans' so-called Viking war chant took over the tournament, we're bracing ourselves for imitations in the Premier League next season. That's fair enough really - the Icelanders stole it off Motherwell fans in the first place.