227 years ago, the presidential race consisted of names such as George Washington, John Adams, and John Hancock. In 2015, the frontrunners are Donald Trump and now, “Deez Nuts.”

The internet is abuzz with the story of presidential candidate “Deez Nuts,” who it turns out is a 15-year-old boy named Brady Olson who lives on a farm in Iowa.

Amazingly, Mr. Nuts has been polling pretty highly in both North Carolina (9%), Minnesota (8%), and Iowa (7%), though given the discover of his age, it looks like his campaign has come to an end.

Here are some of the best lines and headlines from the stories covering the Deez Nuts saga thus far:

“It started because somebody emailed us under the name Deez Nuts,” says Jim Williams, an issue polling specialist a Public Policy Polling. “He said, ‘I’m Deez Nuts. I’m running. Here’s my filing statement. Would you poll me?’”  

Source: Daily Beast

“The polls are pretty long. By the time we drop Deez Nuts on them, they’re pretty deep into the poll,” [polling specialist] Williams says, then pauses. “The jokes write themselves.” 

Source: Daily Beast

“Deez Nuts Will Have to Pull Out of Presidential Race” (Yahoo story title) 

Source: Yahoo 

“The U.S. would have to pass an amendment to take out Article 2,” says Olson. “But Congress wouldn’t do that—after being so embarrassed after losing to Deez Nuts.(Deez Nuts [Olson] on his age limitations) 

Source: Daily Beast

“I’m not sure which is more distressing: that a candidate named ‘Deez Nuts’ is polling at 9% in North Carolina, or that I had to say ‘Deez Nuts’ on the air.” 

Source: ABC News Anchor Marc Brown

“He’s now come out for a balanced budget. He’s come out in favor of the Iran Deal,” says Williams. “Deez Nuts is starting to get serious.”

Source: Daily Beast

“It would also be great to find a VP, preferably [Limberbutt] McCubbins [the cat who’s also running] because the Nuts/McCubbins ticket sounds amazing.”

Source: Yahoo

Question: “What do you think qualifies you to be president?” Answer: “The fact that if I can fill out a form so vague that it doesn’t include your age, or the fact that all get accepted even if they’re only partially filled, anyone can run.”

Source: Rolling Stone