PMQs has a - deserved - reputation for being half an hour of rowdiness reminiscent of the classrooms of our youths rather than the setting for the nation's democratic process.
Perhaps this is why Jeremy Corbyn has been deploying what has been dubbed 'The Geography Stare'.
And it seems to work, if today's PMQs was any guide.
Jeremy Corbyn just shut up the whole Tory benches with a look. 'Thank you' he said like a strict teacher #PMQs— Owen Bennett (@owenjbennett) October 21, 2015
Jeremy Corbyn is master of the "head teacher's disappointed look over the top of specs at the naughty children on the opposite bench" #PMQs— Maja Pawinska Sims (@SparklyPinchy) October 21, 2015
Not everyone is a fan though.
Wow, Jeremy Corbyn actually does look like a drunk geography teacher circa 1986.— +D- (@Namru) October 21, 2015
After winning the Labour leadership, Jeremy Corbyn told the Huffington Post UK he would reform PMQs and do away with the theatrics and name-calling.
He said: "I don’t do personal, I don’t give it, I don’t take it. I’m just not interested.
“I want Prime Minister’s Question Time to be less theatre, more fact, less theatrical, more understandable. I think it’s very exciting for political obsessives, it’s utterly boring for most of the population, who think it’s an utter irrelevance.
“I will be trying to conduct my part in Prime Minister’s Question Time on the basis of the questions and also share out a lot more stuff in within the Parliamentary Labour Party.
He did not however give us a preview of his silencing looks.
In celebration, here are some other pretty glorious examples of the Corbyn geography teacher stare...
And not so fierce...