Tugboats accompany newly-freed Ever Given across the Suez Canal

The cargo ship Ever Given, after getting hopelessly, hilariously stuck between the banks of the Suez Canal last week, has finally been freed. Traffic along the Suez - one of the world's busiest trade routes - has once again started to flow.

But the internet cares little for these logistical matters. No, we denizens of the net are sustained almost wholly by memes, and the Suez situation was a ripe source for them! As a result, there was a large contingent on Twitter that *demanded* the ship be put back into its previously hilarious predicament.

some bones in space  @undeadartclub PUT IT BACK, PUT THAT SHIP BACK RIGHT NOW

Joshua Seth @joshuaseth PUT IT BACK AND ADD ANOTHER SHIP!

 Mae is ️‍⚧️ @theepictheymer evergreen: *gets unstuck*  twitter: PUT IT BACK

Ashe ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ @bungeebingleton Put the boat back please god I just spent all my stimulus money to kickstart my stuck boat suez canal themed merch and now it wouldn't make sense to sell it please for the love of god put it back so I know I haven't squandered all my money

 ComicBooksPlus @4ColorCrack Twitter: PUT IT BACK  The crew that worked all night to unstick the The Ever Given boat:

For a quick minute there, it almost seemed like Twitter was about to have its wishes fulfilled after high winds did temporarily force the vessel into an awkward and precarious position again.

Daily News Egypt @DailyNewsEgypt Replying to  @DailyNewsEgypt #BREAKING: Ever Given vessel has swung back into #Suez Canal's banks because of high winds after it had been partially re-floated: Reuters #SuezCrisis #suezcanel

you did it you crazy son of a bitch meme

Ultimately, however, all good things must come to an end and the wheels of global trade can only stand for an inconvenience of this magnitude for so long.

Whenever the ship reaches its destination, I'm willing to wager the unfortunate nav crew aboard the Ever Given might be stuck shoreside for the foreseeable future. 

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