As Harold Wilson once famously said: "A week's a long time in politics."
Well, it certainly has been for Boris.
This time last week he was smugly gurning his way through Polling Day, content in the knowledge that anything other than a resounding vote to Remain in the EU would signal the death knell for his "friend" David Cameron's Premiership and would then pave the way for Boris to take over in the top job.
Well, it didn't quite work out like that, did it?
Boris (the man who lead the Leave campaign) did such a terrific job of convincing millions of crayon munchers that leaving the EU would immediately make everything better with all his lies and half-truths, that they only went and bought it!
And, in doing so, wrecked his political career.
So thanks, Boris.
Even though I'm still smarting from the disastrous result last week, this has put a smile on my face.
A politician has his career ended by being too convincing and receiving too many votes.
Is this a first...?