People believe Google are having a dig at Wales' disappointing Six Nations
Probably a coincidence, but hilarious all the same.
It might come as a surprise but Wales actually tend to do well in the Six Nations during a Lions year.
In 2013, even without their head coach Warren Gatland, Wales won the championship by winning all but one of their matches.
Their solitary loss came against Ireland in Cardiff. You might remember that match because of this little piece of magic.
This trend, however, has not followed the Welsh side into this year's championship.
The men from the valleys have already lost two Six Nations fixtures, England at the Principality Stadium and Scotland in Murrayfield.
They still have to face Ireland and France in their remaining two fixtures so the Welsh are well and truly in a battle to avoid the dreaded 'wooden spoon'.
With it being St.David's Day (patron saint of Wales), Google's homepage in the UK have marked this occasion with their google doodle displaying, you guessed it, a wooden spoon.
And the unintended joke was quickly picked up by people on Twitter.
— @mrsampullan (@MrSamPullan) March 1, 2017
Wales gets wooden spoon courtesy of Google's latest Doodle on St David's Day https://t.co/IykEb6DBIq
— IBTimes UK (@IBTimesUK) March 1, 2017
Wales gets wooden spoon courtesy of Google's latest Doodle on St David's Day: Wednesday 1… https://t.co/TMNzzHw1fu
— Woody (@Knewz_Currently) March 1, 2017
There would be some fallout in Wales if Google's prediction came true.