There was only one question on people's lips this week: 'Did Katie Price really call her daughter 'Bunny?'
Yes, she did. Which meant we could move on to the next question: which way would the people of Scotland vote in Thursday's independence referendum?
Or to put it another way:
Scotland is on the cusp of a moment of decision. We stand on the threshold of an edge.
Sieze it.September 16, 2014
This tweet pretty much summed up our mood down here in England:
I knew this would happen. My interest in Scotlandâ��s #IndyRef has turned to crippling second-hand anxiety on behalf of all involved. Sigh.— Damien Owens (@OwensDamien) September 15, 2014
And as we went through this week, it occurred to us that Apple might get involved:
Or Her Majesty:
— SimonNRicketts (@SimonNRicketts) September 18, 2014
Fortunately, The Sun was on the case with its cloud prediction:
Seriously, am I the only one seeing this? pic.twitter.com/UfO9Tl8qwY— The_No_Show (@The_No_Show) September 15, 2014
While on the night itself, CNN did the maths for us:
One thing could be assured: Twitter was ready for this day. Oh, yes.
Big queues for Twitter today. pic.twitter.com/fliJxy742C— B to A to the R R Y (@QuantumPirate) September 18, 2014
Here were some of the funny tweets that kept us going through the highs and lows - and the ayes and noes - this week...