So it's come to this.
In an era where how often President Donald Trump tweets has become as much of an obsession as the content of those tweets, we're all apparently way more mystified that Trump actually didn't manage to fire off his usual round of tweets until later in the morning.
In fact, some deep digging found that Monday was the first weekday that Trump didn't tweet before 8:15 a.m.
There are far more important things to worry about than the president's tweets, like, say, North Korea's recent missile test or the brazen lack of security taken by the administration in dealing with North Korea's missile test while the president dined at Mar-a-Lago.
Or that, by this standard, the president gets weekends off, which doesn't seem like the kind of break the leader of the free world should get.
But people couldn't help but speculate over why Trump skipped his usual early morning rage-tweeting.
Well, probably not that last one.
tbh I feel more nervous when he doesn't tweet
— Jennifer Romolini (@jennromolini) February 13, 2017
Never fear, Trump eventually got back to tweeting, so we can rest easy knowing our president is still dedicated to using social media to give us all something to write about on slow news days.
And it looks like Trump will be getting more help to do so in the near future. CNN is reporting that the administration could soon be bringing in some social media ninjas and/or rock stars to make sure the president ups his brand engagement across the web.
Neither the White House or Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks have responded to requests for comments on the story, so we'll just wait for Trump to weigh in on — where else? — Twitter.