Having spent too many weeks getting Mrs May to go, and then weeks more finding a replacement, the Days-Not-Out total has grown to 1,125.
Looking forward there are now exactly 100 days to the latest deadline at the end of October.
So will Mr Johnson be able to cut the EU apron strings by then or will he simply get tangled up and have to call for yet another extension?
Many Grandads will be looking at the calendar and thinking that many of those 100 days are going to be taken up with holidays, party conferences and end of term wind-downs for the outgoing EU leaders. Getting out in 100 days is a big ask – so doing it in as few as 20 to 30 working days seems even more problematic. When you add in the time that the Government might need to spend on issues other than Brexit – and the number of anti-Brexit trouble makers – Bojo will need to move very quickly to get anything done in time.
He has the leadership of the Conservative Party – but very little control at Westminster. Place your bets now …