With three simple words, Roy Keane has lifted the 13 year stigma that has attached itself to football fans who enjoy prawn sandwiches.
Keane gave an interview to Four-Four-Two where he answered reader's questions - it's as close as we've gotten to a Twitter Q & A.
The format meant the session inevitably skated over old ground - he said the Southgate stamp was the first time he crossed the line on the pitch but largely blamed Southgate for the incident.
...in my defence Gareth tried to cut me in half with a tackle. No one remembers that. He only got a yellow whereas now he would probably get two months in prison.
Elsewhere, he pointed that most of his supposedly cold comments were in fact ironic 'banter' (apologies for 'b' word)
Gerard Pique's fear of Roy, in which he said he hid his face with his hand when he spotted Keane on the touchline with ITV, is overstated, according to Keane.
Did Pique not mention that after he saw me he came over, we shook hands and had a nice chat? He's a good lad.
One twitter user, Sally Eyre, asked him if he felt like doing a John Terry on it at the Nou Camp in 1999 and charge out onto the pitch in the club kit - as opposed to strolling around a club blazer.
To be fair to John Terry, I don't think would have been allowed to do that: they have changed the rules since. I wouldn't criticise players for doing it. Would I have been comfortable celebrating in a kit if I hadn't played? No, probably not.
The honour of the final query went to Jenny Richards of Derby who asked the vital question, 'Have you ever had a prawn sandwich at a football match?'
Actually I have. But what I would say is the weekend after my comments from the Dynamo Kiev match, the atmosphere at Old Trafford was electric, so I suppose it worked.