So, the polling stations finally shut their doors, leaving people facing the difficult decision of whether to try and stay awake for the nail-biting finish or just face the result of the EU referendum in the morning.
But if you're freaking out that 'Referendum Day' just flew by and you're not entirely sure of everything that happened, we're here to help - from cute pups to the tweet about Keith's Mum (HOW have you missed that?!) to some, quite frankly, genius hashtagging.
It turned out to be a bit of a mission for people to even get to the polls.
And tempers flared as commuters were stuck at Waterloo and left worried they wouldn't make it back home in time to vote.
Just be glad you weren't this guy...
Dogs at polling stations
Yep, don't worry, everyone's favourite hashtag for polling day was back.
Meet some of this year's best entries for #dogsatpollingstations.
-- Referlendum Cresci (@elenacresci) June 23, 2016
Oh, and ICYMI, the EU referendum voting also featured a #catsatpollingstations.
-- Fiona Hughes (@SohoPRGirl) June 23, 2016
This tweet led to the hashtag #KeithsMum trending in the UK.
Just took 93yr Mum to vote, she's registered blind. In a very loud voice she said, "Which box for out?" A cheer went up from waiting voters
-- Keith Adams (@keitheadams) June 23, 2016
Although you should know that many people aren't entirely convinced this Mum exists, saying that blind voters use braille. Hmmmmm...
Teens hijack #iVoted hashtag
Frustrated 16 and 17-years-olds decided to use the hashtag to share their opinions on not being allowed to vote. Seriously, they were annoyed.
Find It shocking and discrimating that young people aged 16 aren't allowed to vote. We are probably more educated than the adults #iVoted
-- Alex (@__AlexN_) June 23, 2016
#IVoted jokes i'm not allowed to have a say on something that will seriously impact my future because i'm 17 hahaha love it
-- Lydia (@LydiaBrown99) June 23, 2016
Nigel Farage's potential new career
The Ukip party leader ended a day of polling stations saying that he believes Britain has voted to remain in the European Union, on the basis of exit polls conducted by friends in the City.
So, of course, #SuggestAJobForFarage started trending. Cue absolute hilarity.