Carl Edwards Jr. #6 of the Chicago Cubs celebrates after defeating the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in Game Seven of the 2016 World Series at Progressive Field on November 2, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. The Cubs win their first World Series in 108 years. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

The Cubs won the World Series last night, ending their 108-year drought. Fans everywhere exploded (including Bill Murray), but Twitter captured the world’s excitement and humor perfectly.

President Obama invited the team to the White House:

It happened: @Cubs win World Series. That's change even this South Sider can believe in. Want to come to the White House before I leave?

— President Obama (@POTUS) November 3, 2016

Sideline reporter Craig Sager: “You gotta think positive.”

Congrats to the @Cubs and my Dad for finally being able to cash in after 35 years. #FlyTheW #LivingOutLoud

— Craig Sager II (@CraigSagerJr) November 3, 2016

A new meme was proposed:

Let's make Joyous Murray the opposite of Crying Jordan going forward.

— Dave Dameshek (@Dameshek) November 3, 2016

A few people cracked dinosaur jokes:

From one Great Lakes tyrannosaur to another- congrats on the @Cubs championship @SUEtheTrex (& #Jane @BurpeeMuseum)! #RallyTogether

— CMNH VertPaleo (@CMNHvertpaleo) November 3, 2016

And made “then and now” comparisons, from 1908 to 2016:

"The Cubs winning is the greatest thing since sliced bread. That's because sliced bread hadn't been invented yet in 1908."

– Greeny

— Mike & Mike (@MikeAndMike) November 3, 2016

Non-Cubs fans put the victory into terms they understood:

Pretty jealous of Cubs fans today. Can’t wait to feel this way when Haim releases their second album after 108 years.

— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) November 3, 2016

The National Zoo congratulated the team appropriately:

⚾️Paw-five to the @Cubs from our cub! #WorldSeries

— National Zoo (@NationalZoo) November 3, 2016

A dad voiced his concern for his child:

I think even my 4-year-old is hung over this morning. #cubs

— Teddy Greenstein (@TeddyGreenstein) November 3, 2016

The Chicago Tribune gave a fitting full, front-page tribute to the team’s win:

Today's @chicagotribune front page. Cubs.

— Matt Bowen (@MattBowen41) November 3, 2016

Marty McFly mused over a small error:

Only off by a year, not bad. Congrats @Cubs. This is so heavy. #FlyTheW

— Michael J. Fox (@realmikefox) November 3, 2016

But no worries, “Back to the Future” explained why the movie was one year off:

The space-time continuum was disrupted by the 1994 baseball strike, causing this alternate reality where the @Cubs win in 2016, not 2015.

— Back to the Future™ (@BacktotheFuture) November 3, 2016