Just admit it, you clicked on this link in order to bask in the sweet, sweet feeling of schadenfreude, revelling in the misery of others while smugly patting yourself on the back for deciding to give Glastonbury a miss this year.
Well, we don't blame you. Not one little bit.
We wrote earlier this week about the state that the site was in even before punters had begun to arrive, but now that the gates have opened it seems like there's even more chaos than normal, with overnight rain adding to the existing wet conditions, leading to heavy traffic and congestion around the site.
There have already been reports of 11-hour traffic jams and the festival itself has taken the unprecedented step of telling people who haven't already set off not to bother - a plea that's likely to fall on deaf ears, since often the only way of securing a camping spot less than 50 miles away from the main stages is to arrive on the Wednesday or, at the latest, Thursday morning. *UPDATE: the festival has now issued another statement saying that they are "fully open for business" and that "traffic is moving as it usually does". Which we guess is better news - although it's usually gridlock, so that may not be that much more helpful.
It all sounds terrible doesn't it? Well, not for the rest of us. Take a look at the carnage unfolding below and enjoy your warm, dry bed tonight...
A good start
The most English response possible
GLASTONBURY— Brian Bilston (@brian_bilston) June 22, 2016
didn't get to see much
of this year's
still, The Cars were good
and so were Traffic
but the best bit
was The Jam
It's funny because it's true
It's that time where whoever we are, whatever political beliefs we have, we can all come together in the hope that it rains at Glastonbury.— Stig Abell (@StigAbell) June 22, 2016