Op-ed: PMQs in the House of Commons Wednesday was more theatrics and less politics.
Cameron works to an agenda with carefully stage managed questions offering support from his own back benches and tries at every opportunity to undermine Mr Corbyn.
Sometimes he succeeds but more often than not Cameron ends up looking and playing the fool.
That was the state of play Wednesday.
A jibe from a Labour backbencher about David Cameron's Mum signing a petition against Tory cuts rattled Cameron who rounded on Mr Corbyn in what must surely have been the most childish attack ever seen in the Commons.
As Sky News reports Thursday "He spat: "Ask my mother? I think I know what my mother would say. I think she would look across the despatch box and she would say 'Put on a proper suit, do up your tie and sing the national anthem'."
Social media responded and a serious series of tweets and comments quickly descended to Tory bully boy hilarity. There were some great memes and more but those of us incensed need not have worried on Mr Corbyn's behalf.
"Joking with cameramen ahead of an interview on Thursday morning, the Labour leader smartened up his collar and claimed that David Cameron was just jealous of his Holloway Road chic."
"Preparing for his television shot he said: "I've got to do me tie up because the Prime Minister ... "He is actually jealous of the jacket. You know what he is really jealous of? That I can go shopping in the greatest shopping centre in the world Holloway Road, N7, and he has to stick with Bond Street."
Little wonder more and more people are falling for Corbyn's charm and wit and yes his individual style.
Below is a slideshow of some of the responses to Wednesday's PMQs-enjoy.
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