Forget popping down the road to the polling station, expats from Ireland have taken things to a whole new level for the referendum on gay marriage.
Irish people have travelled from far and wide back to their home country in order to vote on the hotly-debated issue and the #hometovote trend on Twitter has shown the lengths they have been prepared to go to to have their say.
From taking a break from studying for finals at Cambridge University to flying back to the Emerald Isle from Bangkok, Kenya and Abu Dhabi, it seems there's no stopping the Irish from voting.
First came the tweets…
Just landed off the plane from Ibiza.. Who needs blue skies & sunshine when such an important vote to do?!? So excited! #hometovote— Las Tapas De Lola (@LasTapasDeLola) May 22, 2015
Never been so happy to be at an airport gate. LGA to PHL to DUB to YES. #hometovote— Belinda McKeon (@belindamckeon) May 21, 2015
Flew back yesterday from Nairobi to Cork #hometovote - that's a big YES! to equality in Ireland!— Cormac (@Cormac212) May 21, 2015ADVERTISEMENT
BIG SHOUT OUT to my parents who are flying home from Spain to Dublin, driving to Enniskillen to pick me up and then #hometovote in Sligo.— Maeve Storey (@maevestorey) May 22, 2015
Ok off to sleep before return #hometovote from Stockholm. So excited!— Der is voting YES! (@derhoward) May 21, 2015
Then came the pictures…
In all fairness, everyone was pretty darn impressed…
The cream of Ireland's crop is boarding, planes, trains, buses, boats
Wild horses wouldn't stop em
They're coming #hometovoteMay 21, 2015
Who can join me to go to the airport to thank those returning to vote this afternoon? I can drive. They deserve it and more #hometovote— Ailbhe O'Nolan (@Horsebox86) May 21, 2015
Dear every Irish person who is going #hometovote, you are exceptional.— nichol keene (@nicholkeene) May 22, 2015
Dear Irish people, you are magnificent. #hometovote— India Knight (@indiaknight) May 22, 2015
Feel like legging it out to the airport to high five all the boys & girls who are #hometovote!
GWAN YA GOOD THINGS!!!!— Dustin The Turkey (@DustinOfficial) May 22, 2015
With no postal vote available for Irish people living abroad, a large number of them are traveling #hometovote - beautiful.— Mark Mola (@markbairden) May 22, 2015
The #hometovote is like when you're watching The Hobbit and an army of elves you'd forgotten from earlier in the film arrive over a hill.— Colm O'Regan (@colmoregan) May 21, 2015
Oh my god #hometovote is like Gandalf and the Rohirrim rocking up at Helm's Deep at the last minute, this is AMAZING— Liam Dryden (@LiamDrydenEtc) May 22, 2015
Voters are being asked one simple, specific question on whether to amend Article 41 of the 1937 Constitution by adding a new clause to a section titled The Family.
It asks voters to support or reject a change to the 78-year-old document which reads: "Marriage may be contracted in accordance with law by two persons without distinction as to their sex."
It does not suggest any change to the definition of the family or remove any outdated references in the section, including those that state a woman's place is at home.
If passed, it will be the 34th constitutional amendment - and only 22 years since Ireland decriminalised homosexuality.