In the wake of Theresa May's sudden general election announcement on Tuesday, Britain is in full meltdown mode.
Some people are taking advantage of the chaos, though.
Shortly after the news of the election broke, Reddit user u/justthisguyiknow took to r/unitedkingdom to share some exciting news — they'd purchased the domains conservatives2017.co.uk, conservatives2017.uk, and conservatives2017.com and they were redirecting all of the websites in order to troll the Conservative Party.
Originally the Redditor was redirecting the URLs to the Labour Party website, but after some advice from fellow Redditors they decided to change tactic.
Now all three domain names are redirecting to this Weebly page:
The page basically contains a list of article quotes that show the Conservative Party in a negative light. There are also links to the Government's Register to vote page.
"This website is not affiliated with a political party and has been funded by an individual without links to any political party (although my friend's husband is a Labour councillor and my uncle works in the Green Party; possibly my aunt, too, but it's been awhile since we spoke)," reads the description at the bottom of the page.
"Also, I thought about joining the Labour Party last year, but I was a bit skint and decided against it, as I didn't support their stance against nuclear power."
The sites don't appear to be ranking in Google just yet, but who knows? With the weight of Reddit behind them, maybe a few potential voters will end up stumbling across them in the run-up to 8 June.
UPDATE: April 19, 2017, 4:46 p.m. BST The domains were originally redirecting to the Labour Party website. An earlier version of this story said they were re-directing to a negative article about the Conservatives.