World Grand Prix snooker quarter final scorecard amused childish minds everywhere
For the childish minds amongst us, Friday's World Grand Prix snooker was a real treat.
One of the quarter finals saw Hong Kong's Marco Fu take on Mark King of England for a spot in the semi-final, making the score card for the match look a little bit like Bo' Selecta Mel B's favourite swear word.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, plenty were quick to pick up on this, with some unapologetically admitting that they'd waited a long time for such a match up to take place...
And maximum respect to Shanners here, who went to the trouble of encircling the two players' names just to make sure nobody missed it.
— 🖤 Shanners 🖤 (@Sshantastic) February 10, 2017
Elsewhere, there were puns a plenty...
There's a Fu-King game of snooker on! pic.twitter.com/siuc6WxeGG
— Seán Sheehan (@SeanSheehanBA) February 10, 2017
Fu-King match this
— An (@CampNouBoy) February 10, 2017
@BBCSport Watching snooker. Fu-King good game
— Elliott Taylforth (@elliottrib) February 10, 2017
A bit of ball tickling with fu-king on @ITV4
— Harry Roberts (@Harry__Roberts) February 10, 2017
— Fred Long (@Catfordkid) February 10, 2017
— Lady Louise (@Louise_Barnaby) February 10, 2017
... and somebody else that noticed the Bo' Selecta reference
"It's a Fu-King quarter final!" pic.twitter.com/tIPi5VqK5B
— Snookerhead (@snookerhead) February 10, 2017
Not that you're too bothered by the result (and just to increase this article's word count a little bit) Marco Fu was victorious, his 4-2 victory enough to see him face Ryan Day in the semi-finals.
What a Fu-King finish #worldgrandprix
— Andrew C Holdsworth (@ricpussayshot) February 10, 2017