With the election over, the SNP's group of 56 MPs has arrived in Westminster.
And their tweets show that they're having the time of their lives.
They arrived in London early on Monday, just four days after the election.
They all looked incredibly excited to be there.
Although Martyn Day and John McNally didn't seem too impressed by the tube.
And weren't entirely certain how to get into the building once they arrived.
But everyone got inside eventually, and their fun week began.
They certainly haven't had any time for parliament's fuddy-duddy conventions.
And Roger Mullin MP pretended to be the prime minister at the dispatch box, which must break just about every parliamentary rule in the book.
They've been shown the hangers for their swords.
And they've made some unlikely new friends.
Including the parliamentary sniffer dogs, who are "excitable wee things".
If they're missing home, they've discovered that they can get Irn Bru in parliament.
They've asked for the pro-independence newspaper, The National, to be available there as well.
Mhairi Black MP has had a chip butty for lunch, with a packet of Cola Bottles for dessert.
And they've seen the sights of London, like this "very big clock".
The SNP's MPs don't have their offices yet, as they need to "wait for the Lib Dems to clear out".
But once they get rid of them, they'll take up residence in what's been dubbed "Jockalypse House".
For now, they're in their temporary offices, which Calum Kerr MP says "aren't too shabby".
They've enjoyed the attention of the press, which is intrigued by their arrival.
Pete Wishart MP especially enjoyed being immortalised in this cartoon from the Daily Mail.
"LOL," said deputy SNP leader Stewart Hosie.
The MPs have of course been doing some actual work.
But mostly, judging by their Twitter accounts, they just seem to have enjoyed the experience of being at Westminster.
And, of course, taking selfies.
After a busy and exiciting week, they're now heading back to their constituencies in Scotland.
But they go back with a boosted Twitter following.
And the fun continues on their journey home.
See you next week, SNP MPs.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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