It's been another fun/terrifying day in the fog of constitutional crisis that we were left in after the EU referendum result on 24 June.
The highlights today were that it was confirmed that Theresa May will be the new Conservative party leader and prime minister by Wednesday night.
It's been quite a ride.
This happened because leadership hopeful Andrea Leadsom, who's been under fire for suggesting May would be a worse PM because she doesn't have children, stood down this morning. She denied she made those comments even though it is exactly what she said.
She joins Boris Johnson and Michael Gove in the list of Leave campaigners who have, er, left the leadership battle.
Perhaps the nicest thing you can say about Leadsom's pitch for Downing Street is it was a short campaign.
And her invisible dog-walking skills are quite something.
The woman below is all of us.
All of which means that WE LITERALLY HAVE A NEW PRIME MINISTER. Or we will in a few days.
The news went down well on Twitter.
May herself was in Birmingham giving a speech – and swiftly travelled back to London once the Leadsom news filtered through.
We were reminded that because the Queen invites the leader of the party with the most House of Commons seats to form the next government, May will become PM while sipping a cup of tea, in a palace, because Britain.
There is speculation that the Queen is not best pleased by all this.
Many surmised that May won not through cunning or skill, but through the mistakes of her rivals.
Seeking clarity on the day's events, Robert Cooper (the alter ego of comedy writer Robert Popper) phoned Conservative party HQ to ask what was going on. And whether pigeon wrestling would be coming back.
As if things couldn't get any more chaotic, don't forget the Labour party has its own crisis right now, and while all this was happening Angela Eagle was launching her bid to become Labour leader. Her campaign branding looked familiar.
Appropriately, it looks like her signature reads "Argh!"
And in a stroke of cosmically bad luck, Leadsom's withdrawal was announced DURING EAGLE'S SPEECH, prompting the assembled journalists to hotfoot it to Westminster, which led to this Q&A session: The Most Cringeworthy Moment of Politics This Year So Far.
Maybe Eagle would consider this tech-savvy way to reach party members.
The main thing about Eagle is she has the 50 nominations she needs to mount a leadership challenge against Labour's current leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who is defiantly staying put despite a vote of no confidence.
Meanwhile, David Cameron, who you might remember from the era of stable, predictable politics 17 days ago, looks like he'll take part in his last Prime Minister's Questions this Wednesday, possibly using a silly voice.
He may also be doing a spot of house-hunting sooner than he previously hoped.
It's unlikely he'll be taking the light bulbs, however.
And it's unlikely Larry the 10 Downing Street cat will be moving out too.
Cameron rounded things off nicely by strolling back into Number 10 to enjoy his last 48 hours there while singing a little song. Reports that it was the opening strains of the West Wing theme tune could not be confirmed.
So we've had a month's worth of news and it's only Monday.
Who knows what Tuesday will bring.
Patrick Smith is a senior reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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