You can't get through the Glastonbury coverage without glimpsing of some of the hilarious and creative flags that people have taken along with them.
And there was no shortage of brilliantly inventive and hilarious designs and slogans.
We took a look at all the flags that were spotted out and about this year and picked out a few of our favourites.
Let us know which one sticks out for you:
'Dear Lord what a sad little flag Jane'
This is perhaps one of the most infamous moments on Come Dine With Me.
It was the final meal, and contestant Peter Marsh read out the results, and found out that he came fourth.
In an iconic rant at the winner, Jane, he famously says: “Dear Lord, what a sad little life, Jane. You ruined my night, completely, so you could have the money, but I hope now you spend it on getting some lessons in grace and decorum because you have all the grace of a reversing dump truck without any tyres on.”
'Chicken bhuna, lamb bhuna, prawn bhuna, mushroom rice, bag of chips, keema naan, and nine poppadoms'
It is, of course, Smithy's iconic takeaway order from the hit TV show Gavin and Stacey.
The gang are ordering in a takeaway, with some being more hesitant than others about their order.
For Smithy however, there was zero hesitation as he rattles off the order without missing a beat. Not one but three curries feels like an awful lot for person, but each to their own!
Only Ness was also as certain, requesting 'Jamdani Hash', which was a dish made up for the show, though since some places have replicated it, following Ness' instructions:
"Duck it is Gav, Cooked in Honey and Limes, Immense!"
What is it about Come Dine With Me that so captures the British imagination?
There's something about making a group of strangers cook for each other and give each other scores which brings out the deeply-suppressed rage that all British people carry inside us.
However this moment became iconic for completely different reasons, when DJ Kev Riley sampled some cheesecake mix by simply shoving the whole thing into his mouth. That's one hell of a party trick.
'I didn't become a bit of a flag, I become a total flag'
Eastenders has no shortage of iconic moments, but some are undoubtedly more engrained in the public imagination than others.
One such moment is character Kat Slater explaining in no uncertain terms: "I didn't become a little bit of a slag, I became a total slag."
Replacing that with 'flag' is frankly inspired.
Neil Warnock has become something of a meme icon with his many pitch-side gesticulations.
Among them is the old school manager clutching his head in disbelief.
And what garnered this particular response was official's decision at a Chelsea v Cardiff game back in 2019, which didn't exactly go in Cardiff's favour.
'This is a mini-retirement'
The pointed remark from Gary Neville raised some interesting questions about the nature of holidays and retirement. The footballer remarked about holidays: "It's like a mini-retirement."
I suppose that yes, technically, it is.
Just that you also have to go back to work after.
'We're just innocent men'
It's impossible to explain exactly what makes the iconic clip of Hacker T. Dog and Lauren Layfield on CBBC HQ.
The pair stare into each others' eyes as Hack T. Dog says: "We're just normal men. We're just innocent men".
And Lauren tries desperately not to laugh but ultimately fails, in rather spectacular fashion.
King Charles III' fingers
The run-up to Charles III's coronation saw the internet stuffed with memes about the monarch's unusually large fingers. Some featured them in a sandwich, while others put them on a butcher's counter.
Those are some pretty strong contenders all in all, but there must be one that really sticks out for you.
Which one was your favourite?