Look, we can sit around and argue about who won last night's presidential debate until the cows come home -- but we all know who the true winner is.
The name alone is enough to send shivers down your spine and make the tiny hairs on your arms stand on end.
That's Ken Bone. Kenny B. B-Dawg. The Big Bizzle. Boneronie.
What steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and minimizing job layoffs?
But his question isn't the reason we've fallen in love with him.
It's those statement specs, that punchy red sweater and a mustache that says, "I came here to talk about politics" that captured the nation's hearts.
Above everything else, however, it's the fact that when debate time was done, Ken Bone was seen snapping some pictures with a disposable camera. You remember those? Those wind-up clicky things that come with a seizure-inducing flash.
He's just doing his thing. Ken Bone does what Ken Bone does. He doesn't play by anyone's rules -- not even his own.
Obviously, a parody Twitter account was immediately launched in his honor.
And yes, he's landed on Facebook as well.
An official fan page popped up with a short description and praise for his stache. It reads,
Official fan page for Kenneth Bone, one of the citizens who asked a question to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during the Second presidential debate.
The best part? Ken Bone just became the hottest Halloween costume in 2016.
Here's what you need:
Black, thick-rimmed glasses.
An unquenchable lust for renewable resources.
Ken Bone. More like Ken Bae. The internet has so much time for this guy. Maybe too much...