The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the most tweeted debate ever, with more than 10 million tweets sent out about the event. That is, until Sunday night—when more than 17 million tweets were fired off about the second presidential debate. What this debate lacked in dabs, it made up for in pettiness. We've already got you covered on Ken Bone tweets, but, outside of those, there were also some other incredible tweets sent out.

One of the craziest parts of the debate came when Trump bobbed and weaved—and randomly ranted about ISIS (WTF?!?)—after Anderson Cooper asked him about his comments endorsing sexual assault:

The audience literally LOL'd when Trump claimed to respect women more than anyone else:

At one point during the debate, Trump was asked about Islamophobia—and homeboy responded by saying Muslims need to report terrorists. Some people on Twitter noted how inherently messed up that is:

Of course, other Muslims played along with it and—often using the #MuslimsReportStuff hashtag—noted that they were seeing some disturbing stuff:

Other users even brought clowns into it:

Throughout the debate, Trump seemed to be a lot more "low energy" than usual. Twitter noticed:

Others pointed out how Trump was creeping around the stage:

Many on Twitter called Trump out for his lack of preparation:

When Abraham Lincoln got pulled into the debate, Twitter felt sorry for ol' Honest Abe:

At the end of the debate, the candidates were asked to say something nice about each other:

While Trump questioned Clinton's stamina at the last debate, he said this time that he respects Clinton for being a fighter and never quitting. Clinton, on the other hand, could only find positive things to say about his kids—but not him:

If you're wondering who won the debate, you can just look at the audience's faces:

While the debate lacked literal fireworks, we were able to see a nice implosion thanks to Trump, as even Michael Steele, the former chairman of the RNC, tweeted:

The third and final presidential debate will be on Wednesday, Oct. 19. If the trend continues, you can probably expect it to break another Twitter record.