Today is the one-year anniversary of one of the strangest stories of the 2015 general election: the Milifandom.
For those who either can't remember or have blocked it from their memories, the Milifandom was an online movement of mostly teenage girls who celebrated their love for then Labour leader Ed Miliband on Twitter.
But one year later, have their feelings about politics, and about Ed himself, changed or remained mostly the same?
We checked in with some of the Milifandom's original members – the ones who loved and tweeted about Ed before it was cool – to see what they're up to now.
The obvious place to start was with the Milifandom's self-appointed leader, Abby Tomlinson, who's now 18.
One year ago, after noticing her slightly mad but very charming tweets about Ed Miliband, BuzzFeed interviewed Abby to find out why she loved Ed so much.
After BuzzFeed broke the story, the hashtag #Milifandom started trending on Twitter, with Abby at the centre of it all.
Pretty soon, the Milifandom was seized upon by a bewildered but highly entertained media in Britain and beyond.
Twenty-four hours and one media storm later, Abby had been acknowledged by Ed Miliband himself.
Looking back at the year since that media frenzy, Abby told us this week that she's had "the weirdest/greatest year ever".
She's been on TV multiple times to talk politics, and has been published in The Guardian, The Telegraph, and the New Statesman.
In the summer, she interviewed three of the candidates for the Labour leadership and ended up endorsing Andy Burnham.
She also got to speak at a rally in Manchester in front of thousands of people, and was proud of getting over her fear of public speaking – "with a little encouragement from Owen Jones".