We know what you're thinking: what a fortnight it's been for Sam Allardyce. Not only has he somehow blagged the England job, but he's also finally been granted his rightful title as the 'World's Most Desirable Man'.
Justice has been served.
You're thinking that, but you're wrong. Because yet again (the universe being a cruel and unjust place, remember), Big Sam has been inexplicably passed over for the prestigious Mr. World crown.
Taking his place in this great miscarriage of justice? Indian actor and male model Rohit Khandelwal, who beat out 46 other finalist to grab the title in Southport on Tuesday.
After winning, Mr Khandelwal said: 'I feel so privileged and humbled to be Mr World 2016 [….] It has been an amazing journey to this point, and I cannot wait to see what happens next.'
So what lessons can we learn from Rohit, the officially licensed object of worldly desire? Well, the big one is: try your very hardest to be impossibly, cartoonishly handsome.
Which might sound slightly unattainable - but then you haven't read our 8 easy ways to be more handsome by next week, have you?
Now, go forth and out-handsome everyone you see. Start with the office, then the neighbourhood, and finally, the world.