Michael Phelps’s evil stare at the Rio Olympics has officially become a thing on social media.
That thing is now called #PhelpsFace.
Cameras caught the swimmer giving a menacing glare Monday night, as South Africa’s Chad le Clos shadowboxed in front of him before the 200-meter butterfly semifinal.
— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) August 9, 2016
The image of Phelps’s terrifying game face went viral and has become the backdrop of memes illustrating everything from breakfast fails to grammatical errors.
Here are just a few:
— Bobby?? (@bobbywfrancis) August 9, 2016
— Lacy Day Wingard (@ldwin) August 9, 2016
— K.T. (@love_music23) August 9, 2016
Phelps came in second in the race, beating le Clos.