It is fair to say Iain Duncan Smith liked the announcement of a new National Living Wage.
The Work and Pensions Secretary punched the air wildly and shouted "get in" as George Osborne confirmed the move.
Unsurprisingly, the animated response was picked up on Twitter.
Iain Duncan Smith celebrating a Tory budget as though he's just scored the winning goal in the Champions League.
Since the Budget, a cascade of analysis has crashed across our screens and squirted ink over our newspapers - much of it missing the point.
This afternoon, the Institute for Fiscal Studies presented a damning analysis of George Osborne's Budget. Here we explain the key points.
The Chancellor's "Living Wage" is considerably lower than the rate the Living Wage Foundation campaigns for but this is still a bold move.