Vine will not go quietly into the night–at least not if Pornhub has anything to say about it. On Thursday, Twitter announced that it was shuttering its cult meme generating video service, much to the dismay of millennials everywhere. Not so fast. In a letter written directly to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and shared with CNETPornhub VP Corey Price announced that his NSFW video streaming service would gladly take Vine off of Dorsey’s hands.

"Before you start rolling your eyes, hear me out Jack," the letter begins. "We figure since Twitter has dropped [the app] and is having significant layoffs that you and your stakeholders could benefit from a cash infusion from the sale of Vine." What would Pornhub do with the app if acquired? Take a wild guess. "Upon purchasing Vine, we would restore it back to its NSFW glory,” Price explains, tongue planted firmly in cheek. “After all … 6 seconds is more than enough time for most people to enjoy themselves."

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Unlike its social media counterparts Instagram and Facebook, Vine never operated under strict community guidelines preventing its users from posting nudity, which made it a very useful tool for porn stars and strippers to promote themselves. With that in mind, Pornhub’s offer seems totally legitimate, something the company confirmed to PCMag. Though it didn’t go into specifics, a spokesperson said that "the offer was substantial enough to make Jack seriously consider it."

Somewhere out there, those Damn, Daniel! dudes are holding their breaths.