We don't know about the result (despite what the current predictions would have us believe), but we predict it's going to be a long morning.
As much as we love the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, we've got our eyes glued to Twitter, and for good reason – more people tweeted about the Election than the Royal Baby, sorry K-Middy.
No time delays, these are our favourite #GE2015 tweets of the night so far...
Q's mounting : Will be PM by 2019? Will there be Euro referendum? who will lead Labour and Lib Dems?— Krishnan Guru-Murthy (@krishgm)
Boris tucking into a red bull— Bryony Gordon (@bryony_gordon)
It's over. didn't formally concede defeat but his face and his reference to "a very disappointing & difficult night" did— Nick Robinson (@bbcnickrobinson)
Not even close! What was I thinking!?— Tom Katsumi (@tomkatsumi)
Nick Clegg's official spokesman says Clegg will outline future plans "in a few hours". Does not dampen speculation Clegg will quit— Kamal Ahmed (@bbckamal)
— SerialSockThief (@serialsockthief)
Fascinating how strongly Cameron made a pitch for Union at end of his speech...how does what work with 50 SNP MP s?— Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak)
Danny Alexander (LD and Chief Secretary to the Treasury) has lost his seat to the SNP.— Jack Monroe (@MsJackMonroe)
Top tip, election watchers: go to bed now, set alarm for 2, skip all the people speculating wildly on the basis of three seats.— Gaby Hinsliff (@gabyhinsliff)
Whoever gets in, better make it easier to vote.— Gemma Cairney (@gemcairn)
Britain has 100 per cent women MPs at 11.18pm May 7th 2015— Jane Garvey (@janegarvey1)
Bounty bar down the hatch right now but I'd better watch out as is rather partial to them— Cathy Newman (@cathynewman)
To be a fly on the walls of this house! Curtains closed, lights on at 's house— Paul Harrison (@SkyNewsEditor)
If these are right I will be leaving first thing tomorrow to live out the rest of my natural life somewhere like The Maldives— Amanda Lamb (@missamandalamb)
When you're not doing so well, vote for a better life for yourself. If you are doing quite nicely, vote for a better life for others.— Irvine Welsh (@IrvineWelsh)
ENTIRELY confused by how David Mitchell’s sidekick on Channel 4’s alternative election show is called Jeremy. That is going to get weird.— Christopher Phin (@chrisphin)
I'll be live-stitching the election results throughout the night, so you don't even have to watch the news...— Tom Katsumi (@tomkatsumi)