"D.C." in Washington, D.C., now stands for "dirt breaks", thanks to a sink hole recently discovered on the White House's northern lawns.
Voice of America reporter Steve Herman first noticed the hole, and he says it's getting bigger during the day.
"It was noticeably larger between Sunday and Monday," Herman Quartz told. "It's more than a foot tall right now."
A second sinkhole has then opened next to the first, he said.
Erosion and water drainage can cause zinc holes, which sometimes grow large enough to swallow entire buildings.  The White House did not respond immediately to HuffPost's request for comments on the sink hole.
But the sinking hole in DC – a city built on a swamp and described as a "swamp" of corruption – did not go unnoticed by Twitter Users.
Some people had theories. Lots of theories.
Some actually rotated for the zinc hole.
Others made bold predictions of what would happen next.