When news arrived yesterday that Twitter intended to shutter the video looping service Vine, the internet loudly lamented the impending loss. The 6-second repeating videos have become a pop-culture staple since the company launched in 2013, and for many the decision to halt Vine felt premature and abrupt. However, as Cnet reports, all those devotees may have found a savior in the most improbable of places: Pornhub.

That's right, online pornography site Pornhub just offered to buy Vine.

In a letter addressed to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Pornhub VP Corey Price laid out his case and argued that Vine is a uniquely perfect medium for pornography. "We figure since Twitter has dropped (Vine) and is having significant layoffs, that you and your stakeholders could benefit from a cash infusion from the sale of Vine. Not to mention we would be saving Vine gems like 'Damn Daniel,' 'Awkward Puppets' and many more."

The offer was not made publicly, and it's not clear who shared the letter with Cnet. However, it's easy to understand why he or she did as Price goes on to argue that his company could "restore Vine to Its NSFW glory" and that "porn in six seconds is more than enough time for most people to enjoy themselves."

Most of the internet, predictably, responded with enthusiasm.

As to whether Twitter is seriously considering the offer, of if the offer is even serious? Well, Cnet isn't sure. Yes, this could just be a PR ploy from Pornhub (which: it's working), or it could be a legitimate attempt to snatch up the company for pennies on the dollar. Either way, we doubt it's what Vine founder Rus Yusupov had in mind when he sold his company to Twitter back in 2012.

Previously: Twitter Is Cutting Vine, Which Will Be Discontinued