McDonald's Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets are now available.
It doesn't feel like a week since the fast-food giant announced the exciting new addition to its menu.
But the day has finally come, and for a limited time only, diners will be able to get their chops around a box of the curried nugs.
You'll be able to pick up six Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets for £3.59, nine Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets for £4.09 or 20 Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets for £5.99.
Raving about the dish, a spokesperson for Maccies said: "The new limited edition Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets are a match made in heaven and everything you didn't know you needed until this very moment.
"Hitting our restaurants on the 30 December, they are the tastiest way to wave goodbye to 2020 and start the new year as you mean to go on!
"If you want to try them then you'll have to be quick, as they're around for just six weeks."
But if that wasn't enough excitement for one day, there's more.
The Big Tasty is also making a return to the menu today. I s*** you not.
The Big Tasty is made with fresh 100 percent British and Irish beef, melty cheese made with Emmental, topped with tomato, lettuce, slivered onions and lashings of Big Tasty sauce, all on a sesame seed bun.
As the name says - it's big, it's tasty, and only available for six weeks - so hurry up if you want to get your hands on one.
The Big Tasty will be available for £5.99, or you can get it with bacon for £6.39.
The final treat McDonald's is offering us all today is the signature limited edition Galaxy Salted Caramel McFlurry. It will be available to customers in both the mini and the full sizes.
McDonald's describes the dessert as: "The perfect combination of soft dairy ice cream with pieces of creamy Galaxy chocolate and a swirl of caramel sauce means it is a very popular choice, so make sure you can get one while it is available for 6 weeks."
The Galaxy Salted Caramel McFlurry will set you back £1.39 for the full sized one and 99p for the mini version.
Now with us well into the post-Christmas slump, and social distancing being so important, you'll probably be having your nuggets, burger or McFlurry delivered to your door.
But if you do, make sure you're the one paying for them.
Nicole Clark's secret came to light when she realised that since March, her brother Craig had been footing the bill on her Uber Eats orders.
The 25-year-old mum-of-one had racked up an impressive £207.37 in Maccies takeaways after accidentally using her brother's account since before lockdown - without realising it was not linked to her own card details.