Lots of people are wondering what it looks like behind the scenes right now as the final preparations are made for the passing of the prime minister-shaped baton from David Cameron to Theresa May.
They've also been puzzling about what's in store for us in #MaysBritain using the hashtag on Twitter.
Initial thoughts (based on the concrete evidence of bad luck and coincidence) are that it isn't looking good.
But then former Top Gear presenter James May decided to join in with the conversation and use the hashtag (note the double May pun) to make some fairly reasonable requests for the future of our country.
People then came up with their own culinary and literary policies they'd like to see implemented.
@MrJamesMay Can we sort out those wooden chopping board instead of plates places too?
-- Jane Brewer (@jane_brewer) July 13, 2016
-- Gary Raynor (@Billyspurs) July 13, 2016
-- Noh Wei (@Sweeping_Curves) July 13, 2016
-- Phil Collier (@thebigmanphil) July 13, 2016
-- TheJeff (@JAFF3) July 13, 2016
-- Leni Morgan (@MorganLeni) July 13, 2016
As well as other more Top Gear topical suggestions.
-- Kay Roderick (@kaysim56) July 13, 2016
-- Laura Sampson (@LauraS44221554) July 13, 2016
Basically, who knows what the future holds - but that might be the last time we can say that.