Neymar is the gift that keeps on giving. From tennis stars to school kids, TV ads to countless memes, the overly theatric appeals for fouls has earned the Brazilian soccer poster boy a collective internet Oscar.
The online design niche has also recently contributed to this treasure trove of embarrassment by immortalising the Paris St. Germain striker as a typeface – all twenty-six letters each formed by the contortion of a body writhing in faux agony.
To be fair, there are robust discussions around the somewhat plausible reasons why diving and carrying-on is 'mandatory', from subversive thuggish defenders to selectively blind referees. But regardless of the nuance, the round ball-loving public can only marvel at the fragility of the great Neymar.