As one YouTube commenter put it, "Is this real life?"
We can't say we're sure.
GOP presidential candidate and Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina just published a video via the Independent Journal Review's YouTube channel titled "How to Destroy Your Cell Phone With Sen. Lindsey Graham." In it, Graham shows off a few different ways one might...well...we think you get the gist.
But you're going to want to watch the entire clip.
The video is the latest in a days-long feud between the senator and fellow presidential hopeful Donald Trump, during which Graham called Trump a "jackass," and the real-estate mogul labeled his fellow Republican an "idiot." Trump apparently reached his boiling point.
At a rally on Tuesday, he read Graham's private cellphone number aloud. Though he wasn't sure the number would still be in service, since Graham had given it to him years earlier, he asked attendees to "give it a shot" anyway.
Prefacing the video's posting, Graham posted a tweet midday Tuesday letting his Twitter constituents know that he was in the market for a new phone, jokingly asking them whether he should consider an "iPhone or Android?"
After showcasing cellphones in various compromising circumstances (falling off buildings, getting whacked with a golf club, bursting into flames, etc.), the video shows Graham holding what appears to be his personal cell phone.
"Or if all else fails," he says, "You can always give your number to the Donald."
And before hurling his phone across the room in the final few frames, he concludes: "This is for the veterans."
The mailbox on that phone number included a recorded message stating that the phone was, indeed, Graham's. Oh, and as you might expect, that mailbox was full.
Well, Trump, it looks like you aren't the only one who knows how to play a good prank.