After last week's tweet, calling out the ex-justice minister on his outlandish comments, the UK's ambassador in Egypt has cemented himself on the top of our swoon list...
1) He loves his popcorn, Egyptian style.
Look how good he looks while taking money out of his pocket...
2) He waits in queues for the things that matter to him.
Our heart will always wait for you, John. <3
3) His Instagram game is on point.
And he doesn't even have Instagram.
4) Alexandria has never looked prettier.
Obviously only because he's there.
5) LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL ALEXANDRIA IS:
Not as beautiful as him...
6) Ugh, can you get Instagram already?
#instabeautiful #instaperf #instaegypt #myegypt
7) He spends his money wisely.
:7# ReasonsToLikeAlexandria# the tram. نص جنيه و ما فيش زحمة! pic.twitter.com/K2m4tDUbFF— British Amb in Egypt (@FCOJohnCasson) March 23, 2015
Who knew you could still do things with 50 piasters?
8) He's the better version of Dora the Explorer.
Is it just us or does he look like the next James Bond?
9) He gets Egyptian humour.
الموقع ده بيشتغلنا يا جماعة :) Out by 3,350 years pic.twitter.com/hyH2l0j5rD— British Amb in Egypt (@FCOJohnCasson) May 3, 2015
Ta3ala hazar ma3ana ba2a!
10) There's a serious bromance going on between him and Mohamed Salah.
His Arabic is so perf, ugh!
11) We totally ship them. #Salsson
They're totally our #1 OTP.
12) He likes to chill every now and again.
We're going on a Sham El Nessim date next year.
13) His smile can make flowers grow and mend broken hearts.
THE FEELS ARE STRONG!!
14) He complains about traffic just like us.
زحمة في شرم الشيخ pic.twitter.com/rKpCMbKT8e— British Amb in Egypt (@FCOJohnCasson) March 13, 2015
Bahr El A3zam we'll never keep you away from us.
15) HE FREAKING LOVES KOSHARI!
No sauce will ever be as hot as he is.
16) AND 3ASEER ASAB!
Ugh, staahp doing this to our hearts.
17) He understands us, even though ma7adesh fahem haga.
E7na mosh fahmeen haga ela enta ya Johnny.
18) Last but not least, he's just very cool and everyone should love him.
Our heart will always go on for you.
Read our interview with British Ambassador John Casson here.