Let me take you back to the summer of 1976.
Elton John and Kiki Dee's "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" spent six weeks atop the charts, kids up and down the country were riding around on Raleigh Chopper bikes, bouncing on space hoppers and it was the hottest summer since records began.
Life, sepia-tinged, wearing dungarees and sporting a perm, was good. Many have claimed that it was the best summer ever.
Now fast forward to 2018. England have done better in the World Cup than anyone can remember, the nation has stuffed itself full of barbeques and beer gardens and we're smashing weather records left right and centre, records that have stood since, well, 1976.
What could make 2018 dislodge Elton and Kiki from their perch? Well, for one, you could barely get a pizza in 1976, let alone have one delivered to your house, and you definitely couldn't have one delivered to your house for absolutely nothing.
So no pizza parties in the garden and no pizza in the park with your mates - something which no amount of harmonised singing and star-shaped sunglasses can overcome.
If you like the idea of free pizza, delivered to wherever you're enjoying the heatwave, then you need TopCashback and Pizza Hut.
Simply visit http://track.topcashback.com/SH7you will be able to register with TopCashback and then click through to treat yourself to a Pizza Hut dinner.
When you buy a meal up to the price of £15, the price will be refunded to you within seven working days of your purchase.
If you spend over £15, then £15 will be returned, while is you spend less, then whatever you spend will still be given back to you as cashback.
The offer runs until August 5th, so you can make the very most of this amazing weather by having an outdoor pizza party with all your mates - courtesy of TopCashback and Pizza Hut.
Great weather, great pizza, all your mates - there's nothing better. Get on over to TopCashback today to celebrate in style.
And maybe, just maybe, there'll be a late summer hit to rival Elton and Kiki. We'll still be singing it come the next heatwave, which by our calculations is due in about 42 years time...