And now for the latest in politicians experiencing basic motor functioning problems: Theresa May's laugh earlier today, a guffaw so like that of a Disney villain the refugee children she's shut out of the UK are likely reassessing their wishes to enter her dark kingdom.
It's Wednesday, which can only mean another round of childish jokes and politicians roaring with laughter whilst our economy tanks, or as it is formally known, Prime Minister's Questions.
The Semi-Iron Lady was responding to questioning from Jeremy Corbyn about whether she had agreed a 'sweetheart deal' with Surrey County Council over government funding.
The comment that prompted May's fit of shoulder-shaking hysteria was when the 'Leader' of the 'Opposition' pushed her on some allegedly leaked correspondence. Or to be more precise, when he said:
"The text Mr. Speaker said there was a memorandum of understanding. The PM said there was no deal, she is now unclear about this."
You can almost hear the voice in May's head saying: "just laugh, laugh hard like you've never laughed before and nobody will ask you about council tax hikes or immigration or Trump and all will be well."
When the PM finally composed herself she responded: "If he is to uncover a conspiracy, I suggest he just looks behind him," which to be fair is not a bad line for a politician.
All in the all, the frightful scene has made us nostalgic for that time Michael Gove's human suit malfunctioned: