Unless you have been sleeping in all day with the worlds worst Labor Day hangover, you'll know all about the scandalous flood of celebrity nudes that have poured into numerous forums.
With women as high profile as Jennifer Lawrence and Selena Gomez being affected by this catastrophic breach of privacy, naturally the Twittersphere has been going wild over the hacking scandal.
But, what do they all have to say?
I've gathered the best responses from the women affected, other celebs and us mere mortals from around the interwebs so you don't have to.
This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence
Although Jennifer Lawrence herself is yet to comment, her agents have implied that the photos are indeed of the 24-year-old actress. They have threatened serious legal action for anyone who dirties their hand with the ill-gotten images.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
The 29-year-old Scott Pilgrim vs. the World actress was clearly feeling violated by an unknown person spreading intimate images of her private life with her husband.
Victoria Justice insists the nudes that appear of her are false, and some other reports also confirm that they could be made up of doctored images.
Becca Torbin clearly believes in a 'YOLO' approach to life.
McKayla Maroney, the Olympic silver medallist gymnast, also denies that the images of her are real. It's a good job too really seeing as this young athlete only turned 18 in December last year...
Besides, nothing about McKayla should be more famous than this photo!
Seth Rogen thinks that stealing an actresses private naked photos should be as legally damning as breaking into their houses and stealing their panties... and he's probably right.
Like it or lump it, Perez Hilton is a celeb in his own right these days. The pug-faced gossip blogger posted uncensored pictures of a naked Jennifer Lawrence on his website when they were first released causing outrage.
Of course, he deleted the post because he's a nice person and not because he was threatened with 25 tons of legal action...
Apparently, Anna Kendrick's icloud is about as entertaining as my mother's.
Lena Dunham gets nauseous over the victim blaming culture that is mouth-breathing its way through the internet.
Chrissy Teigen published her own leaked nudes, escándalo!
Tom Arnold: The stately voice of reason.
Lucas Neff uses powerful mental imagery to hammer his opinion on the matter home. Hard.
The precocious young comedy star proved funny can be serious.
Meanwhile, us ordinary Joe's were also keen to put in our five cents and get on the soap box.
Unsurprisingly, with her colossal popularity as an actress and a person, team JLaw is enormous. Not to mention vocal in their support.
Below are some of the best Tweets in support of the 24-year-old Oscar winner by her fans;
Sometimes, if you didn't laugh you would cry, but thankfully Twitter is also full of jokers who breathed some much needed lols into this breach of privacy.
Never have I found Ariana Grande so hilarious...