With weeks still to go in the Labour leadership contest, some had suggested that the Corbyn campaign was destined to crash.
The once left-wing outsider, who barely scraped his way onto the ballot paper, is looking increasingly likely to trail blaze his was to victory, with opinion polls, constituency nominations and even the bookies putting him top of the list.
As is becoming normal with the 66-year-old MP's campaign, the internet has burst into an impromptu fit of Corbynmania, with #IfJeremyCorbynWins subsuming our feeds.
The prospect of a Corbyn win is giving some of us faith:
#IfJeremyCorbynWins I'll actually gain some faith in our political system. Conviction & real alternatives, not cynicism & red Tories.— Harriet Williamson (@harriepw) August 3, 2015
Fashion is politics; politics is fashion:
Jeremy Corbyn isn't just for Christmas:
#IfJeremyCorbynWins our children & grandchildren might actually be able to experience a brighter more secure future— Michelle (@mconway70) August 3, 2015
Seriously though, who is going to eat what?
#IfJeremyCorbynWins will Ashdown eat his suit?— Scribbler Dubious (@scribbledubious) August 3, 2015
I think Sam confused Corbyn and Krushchev:
#IfJeremyCorbynWins the country will instantly transform into soviet Russia— sam (@samster_) August 3, 2015
Iain Duncan Smith might never smile again:
The political landscape may change forever:
#IfJeremyCorbynWins the 2020 election will see the biggest turnout since 1997, if not earlier— rascalblog (@rascalblog) August 3, 2015
Not sure if this is official policy:
The dead rising from the grave! Human sacrifice! Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria! #IfJeremyCorbynWins— Chas Drew (@chas_drew) August 3, 2015
Wait, isn't this the Labour leadership contest? Oh, wait:
#IfJeremyCorbynWins I'll congratulate the Tories on another election victory in 2020.
— Liam Andrews (@liamandrewsmk) August 3, 2015
Labour might well be changed forever:
#IfJeremyCorbynWins I shall believe that at last we are returning to humanitarian values, after 30 years of greedy Thatcherism/Blairism— Angi Mansi (@WorkPsychol) August 3, 2015
Come on, even Liz Kendall is thinking it:
#IfJeremyCorbynWins I'm going to regret not putting a tenner on him when odds were 100-1.— Phil BC (@philbc3) August 3, 2015