There's nothing like getting up in the morning and finding a surprise envelope has arrived for you in the post, especially when it contains a nice gift and not a bank statement telling you that you're waaay into your overdraft.
But UCAS have taken things a step further and have mysteriously been sending students up and down the country tampons and sanitary towels in the post with very little by way of explanation.
While we're not ones to sniff at a free tampon (those things are expensive), it has got people a little baffled.
As the body that basically decides whether or not you get into university in the UK, it seems a little out of their remit to be worrying about whether you've got enough blood staunchers in your handbag.
Very nice of them, but yeah, also weird.
Clearly those on the receiving end are just as confused and have been taking to social media to try and get to the bottom of why they are being sent envelopes full of feminine hygiene products.
Because as nice as a free tampon is, we're guessing a lot of uni hopefuls would rather these envelopes contained news of whether they've got into their first choices or not.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
Fingers crossed not this:
UCAS are still keeping silent on the matter, but let us know if you've got a bloody clue what the deal is with this, would ya?