After an incredibly busy year, Scotland's political leaders are taking a bit of a break at the moment – the Scottish parliament has broken up for summer.
That doesn't mean they can just shut off completely. Oh no – Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson is keeping a close eye on all politics news.
Davidson was tweeting some semi-controversial comments from SNP MP George Kerevan that Scotland would have to undergo years of "painful" cuts before seeing the benefits of being an independent country.
But what's this? Davidson wasn't the only leader who couldn't look away from Twitter during recess – first minister Nicola Sturgeon was there, and she had beef.
Sturgeon was complaining about an announcement from the Ministry of Defence that the construction of a fleet of warships, due to be built on the Clyde in Glasgow, has been "delayed indefinitely".
The scrap was on, and Davidson hit back with this: If you're so great, Sturgeon, where are your warships, eh?
But Sturgeon said Davidson was breaking the promises made during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum. Oh yes, she went there.
Davidson staunchly defended her Conservative mates in Westminster. The ships aren't designed yet, she said, get over it.
Then there was silence. It seemed, unbelievably, that the first minister of Scotland might have more important things to do than engage in Twitter beef.
BOOM. All of a sudden, Sturgeon was back. You can't dodge responsibility, Davidson!
BOOOOM. You can't answer a question, Sturgeon, just like every week at First Minister's Questions. How do you like that?
And you don't like being held to account, Davidson! Oh, and enjoy your holiday, said Sturgeon.
Then Davidson said Sturgeon should enjoy her holiday in Portugal too, when it comes.
Which was a bit of an unsatisfying amicable end, to be honest. But it was fun while it lasted.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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