Theresa May just had her first Prime Minister's Questions - and people thought it went pretty well for her.
Lots of MPs welcomed her to her new place in the jam-packed chamber, but the niceness pretty much ended there. What ensued was a string of jibes, jokes and general sassiness.
Theresa May has turned so sassy ?
-- Toby (@toby737) July 20, 2016
-- Joe Pattinson (@joe_pattinson) July 20, 2016
No MP was safe, not least Jeremy Corbyn who she delivered the biggest burn to.
-- Press Association (@PA) July 20, 2016
Theresa May going in, Corbyn failing to score any points there
-- C (@IamCauls) July 20, 2016
-- Alexander Morgan (@alexjaymorgan) July 20, 2016
Even Tim Farron, who fondly reminisced back to 1992 when he and May were rivals to be the MP for North Durham, was shot down with that old 'my party's bigger than your party' line - though that didn't go down quite so well.
Theresa May just ended her first #PMQs on "my party's bigger than yours" to Tim Farron.
Stay classy, UK.
-- jl (@dutaut) July 20, 2016
That had to be the parliamentary equivalent of Theresa May just unfriending Tim Farron on Facebook #PMQs
-- Jennifer Birt (@Jenny270393) July 20, 2016
But delivering all those burns clearly took it out of her as she could be seen sitting back down at the end of the session breathing a sigh of relief.
-- Sean Clare (@Sean__Clare) July 20, 2016
-- Glasgow Dan (@nowimno) July 20, 2016
Anyone else see Theresa May's sigh of relief as she sat back down...strap yourself in love, you signed up for this! #PMQs
-- Vivid Ricky (@VividRicky) July 20, 2016
It's gonna be a bumpy ride ahead.