Life becoming a landslide.
Also, I can finally label myself with a percentage. I am the 4.5%. Feel me.
Good luck Jeremy. We're all going to need it.
P.S. All those saying kind things about Liz Kendall now (and I don't mean Corbyn). Where were you before?
P.P.S. "I, Nicola Sturgeon, welcome Jeremy Corbyn so long as he agrees entirely with SNP policy on everything. If he doesn't, then obviously the Labour party is just as bad as it has always been and the only possible alternative to the Tories is independence, which will truly help England just as much as it will Scotland."
P.P.P.S. As Tom Clark says, humility from everyone ought to be the immediate response to Corbyn's crushing victory. The best possible way for Corbyn himself to contribute to that, as it's already apparent that the same people with much in the way of responsibility for the scale of the win have no intention of being so, would be to appoint someone as shadow chancellor who is not from within his circle. Considering quite how many are already saying they're going to the backbenches that might be getting more difficult by the minute, but John McDonnell cannot credibly be George Osborne's opposite.