Nike is at it again. The larger-than-life athletic brand has just released a new ad campaign that's currently got the internet buzzing. The ad, titled "Dream Crazier," aired during the Oscars and quickly went viral. 

Narrated by Serena Williams, it turned the stereotype of the "crazy woman" into something that women can actually embrace and own. "When we stand for something, we're 'unhinged,'" Williams says over a montage of women "acting up." "When we're too good, there's 'something wrong with us.' And if we get angry, we're ‘hysterical, 'irrational,' or just being 'crazy.'"

It didn't take long for women everywhere to feel ready to do just about anything after watching the empowering ad.

Nike is back with yet another viral ad campaign.

On Sunday, the brand dropped "Dream Crazier," an ad that features a compilation of exclusively female athletes and coaches. It challenges women to own the word "crazy," which is so often used as a way to criticize women who express any type of emotion that would otherwise be considered normal if a man were to express himself in the same way. The ad was all about calling out this double standard.

Serena Williams graced the ad by providing the voiceover. 

"If we show emotion, we're called dramatic," Williams says at the beginning. "If we want to play against men, we're nuts. And if we dream of equal opportunity, delusional. When we stand for something, we're unhinged. When we're too good, there's something wrong with us. And if we get angry, we're hysterical or irrational or just being crazy."

The message to women was to turn "crazy" on its head.

Williams continues: "But, a woman running a marathon is crazy. A woman boxing was crazy. A woman dunking? Crazy. Coaching an NBA team? Crazy. A woman competing in a hijab? Crazy. Changing her score, landing a double cork 1080, or winning 23 Grand Slams, having a baby, and then coming back for more? Crazy, crazy, crazy, and crazy."

"So, if they wanna call you crazy — fine," Williams says. "Show them what crazy can do."

Between Williams' inspiring words, the heart-pumping music, and the montage of kickass women doing amazing (or crazy) things, it's safe to say that this ad got everyone feeling pumped up. How could you not be inspired by this?! I want to go outside and run a marathon RIGHT NOW. (Well, almost, might need to be a bit warmer for that.)

The ad has already gotten more than 4.5 million views on YouTube since it was released yesterday.

"I love that Nike made the choice to start this amazing ad with tears," one Twitter user wrote, adding that you should feel "zero shame" about crying because crying means strength! And these are exactly the types of mantras I need to start saying to myself every morning. I mean, this entire ad is basically one giant positive affirmation, really.

Nike ads have basically "become a movement."

Nike ushered in the 30th anniversary of its iconic "Just Do It" campaign last year with the "Dream Crazy" ad, which was narrated by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. He dropped some serious wisdom, including the following: "Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything." Another gem? "So don't ask if your dreams are crazy. Ask if they're crazy enough."

People wanted to know if the ad was nominated for an Oscar.

Because let's be honest, this is a true piece of art that would have won in every category. One person called it "so inspirational for women everywhere." Another added that the ad spoke "so much truth." Without a doubt, Nike had managed to break the internet yet again. Their creative team is just killing it these days.

Many women said that it "really hit home" for them.

Twitter user Alissa Nevita recalled all of the times she had wanted to cry but didn't because she was afraid of looking "weak." She went on to say: "You know how many times my assertiveness was taken for bitchiness? You know how many times my input was disregarded? And how many times my frustration was looked at as crazy?" Girl, PREACH.

Some opened up about their own personal stories and how the ad had affected them.

One woman explained that she "played basketball against men for many years" and was better than some of her male counterparts. "Now I bench 115kg, I'm stronger than some men, not as strong as others," she said. "I do what I do to be the best version of me! The message of the ad is to challenge perceptions and I love it!"

Of course, there were many individuals who didn't realize that the ad wasn't really made for them.

*Cough* men *cough* We know it's tough, guys, but believe it or not, the entire world doesn't revolve around you and your feelings! And if this ad really bothers you, it's probably best that you take a moment to re-examine your life and priorities. Just sayin'.