In the 1996 cinematic achievement "Happy Gilmore," Adam Sandler's title character — a swashbuckling outsider taking the professional golf circuit by storm — encounters an adoring fan in the gallery. She pulls down the collar of her blouse, and Gilmore responds (naturally) by signing her chest.

Then, he does it to another, older woman who wants in on the action too. (Warning: The video below is slightly NSFW.)

On Wednesday night, in the 2016 presidential race, Donald Trump — a swashbuckling outsider taking the Republican primary circuit by storm — did the exact same thing.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump autographs a supporter's chest following his speech at a campaign rally at the Prince William County Fair Ground on Dec. 2 in Manassas, Va. (Cliff Owen/AP)

This fabulous photograph (after which the AP's Cliff Owen should seriously consider retirement, because he'll never be able to top it), is merely the latest incredible image from a campaign that has produced oh so many.

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Here are some of the best:

Thank you, Lord Jesus (and that woman)

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets supporters after his rally at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Aug. 21 in Mobile, Ala. (Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)

This one picture is so packed with stupendousness that we devoted an entire post to breaking it down, person by person. Here's what we said about that woman:

The look on her face has already launched an Internet phenomenon.


Amazing. Creepy. Creepily amazing. Amazingly creepy.

The sheer joy apparent on her face from being close to a celebrity like Trump is near-perfectly symbolic of our current political culture. Great job.

The impersonator

Lookalike supporter Terry Silliman of Goose Creek, S.C., waves a flag at rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center in Myrtle Beach on Nov. 24. (Randall Hill/Reuters)

This guy's Trump costume was so good that the candidate called him up to the stage ... and then said his wife "fantasizes that he’s really the real Donald Trump."

The mullet

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump takes a picture with a supporter after a campaign rally in Newton, Iowa, on Nov. 19. (Scott Morgan/Reuters)

Can you say "business in the front, party in the back?" This dude's flowing rear locks were so glorious that Trump's body guards had to avert their eyes. The glow might have blinded them.

So good you could eat it

A woman carries a cake made in the shape of a hat for U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, at a campaign fund raiser at the home of car dealer Ernie Boch Jr. in Norwood, Massachusetts August 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

No, seriously, you can eat it -- it's a cake made to look like Trump's iconically ugly, slogan-bearing hat. I'd say this woman earned major brownie points, but that would be the wrong dessert item.

I love Trump so much, I put his face on a pumpkin

A supporter of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a pumpkin painted in the likeness of Trump as he waits to get into a campaign event in Springfield, Ill., on Nov. 9. (Jim Young/Reuters)

Say what you want, but this took real talent. Hey, Food Network, get this guy on the next season of "Halloween Wars." He'll totally dominate.

I hate Trump so much, I put his face on a piñata

People carry Trump Piñatas during a protest rally denouncing alleged racist remarks by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Trump National Golf Club in Palos Verdes, Calif., on Oct. 17. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

Hey, great art isn't always flattering.

How many pieces of "flair" do you want me to wear?

Paulette Del Casale, a Donald Trump supporter at an event in Anderson, S.C., on Oct. 20. (Jenna Johnson/ The Washington Post)

Before the "Happy Gilmore" lady there was the "Office Space" lady. Trump's supporters really nail the '90s classics.

Yes, the hair is real

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has a supporter, Mary Margaret Bannister, check to see if his hair is real during his speech to supporters during a rally at the TD Convention Center on Aug. 27 in Greenville, S.C. (Richard Shiro/AP)

Trump's backers are always there to vouch for him, whether the subject is Muslim celebrations on New Jersey rooftops on 9/11 or that famous hair swoop.

Even Santa Claus loves The Donald

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stops to take a photograph with Jim Tranz of Port Charlotte, Fla., as he walks with a crowd during the final round of play at the Barclays golf tournament on Aug. 30 in Edison, N.J. (Mel Evans/AP)

Trump might be on some people's "naughty" list this year, but it sure looks like the big guy from the North Pole has him in the "nice" column.

Another bearded guy loves him, too

"Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson speaks at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign rally at the state fair in Oklahoma City on Sept. 25. (J Pat Carter/AP)

This is the ultimate double whammy. Trump has not only St. Nick, but also "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson on his side, meaning he owns the two most important bearded endorsements on planet Earth.