The world is on edge today, awaiting news of some kind of development that could lead to a resolution of the Greek debt crisis.
Eurogroup finance ministers are meeting in Brussels on Tuesday in hopes of working out a deal.
Joining them is new Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos. In only his second day on the job, he managed to set off a brief wave of speculation on social media after posing for a photo with his handwritten meeting notes visible to the cameras.
They're a little hard to make out (though they are written in English), and it's not clear what any of it means. One of the few phrases everyone noticed was "no triumphalism," possibly a reference to the Greek government's successful effort to get a "no" vote on its recent referendum. There also appears to be reference to KKE, the Greek Communist Party. And curiosity abounds as to the word missing in this statement: "mostly I __ on viability grounds"
People on Twitter have been investigating the mystery, with little success.
The inevitable joke versions have arrived.
We probably haven't learned anything about what's going on in the meetings, but the notes have provided a fun diversion as we await the results.