ICYMI, David Cameron attempted to sway the votes of the nation as part of his Remain campaign by recreating the Beatles' Abbey Road album cover, and it went down like a lead balloon.
Cameron and Labour's former culture secretary Tessa Jowell posed on the iconic zebra crossing while on a visit to the Abbey Road studios, where they met leaders of the creative industries who have called for the UK to stay in the EU.
Naturally, the internet jumped at the chance to mock the Prime Minister and so Twitter's #ToryBeatlesSongs was born.
Beatles enthusiasts (and, clearly, no fans of Cameron's) created alternate titles of the band's classic hits, with a Conservative Party twist.
There was mention of Jeremy Hunt's ongoing contract dispute with junior doctors and the risks posed to the future of the NHS by the Tories.
The drama surrounding Cameron's profit from shares in his late father's offshore fund also featured heavily within #ToryBeatlesSongs.
As did the Conservatives' proposed cuts to personal independence payments (PIPs), an idea which was soon scrapped after being revealed in March.
If there's anything at all Cameron can take away from his awkward experience, it's not to get on the wrong side of loyal Beatles fans.