Election 2015: Nick Clegg, a dark room and #bbcqt
All the talk of dark rooms on the leaders' edition of Question Time seems to have left many viewers wondering how many politicians it takes to fix a light bulb.
The saga began when David Cameron talked about being forced "into some dark room" to do a deal with "Nick Clegg or someone else" if he fails to win a majority.
That got several commentators asking why such a deal had to be done without the light on:
Could it be a Nick Clegg "thing"? If so, Buzzfeed want to know if you've ever been in a dark room with the Lib Dem leader:
Perhaps we just need to pop another 50p in the meter. Anyone got some change?
Whatever the reason, Robert Hutton, a political journalist at Bloomberg, wants some light shed on the matter:
The mere mention of the scenario left some with images they'd rather not have:
But you didn't need an imagination thanks to @vinspired:
Still, with both Mr Cameron and Ed Miliband insisting they wanted to avoid any dimly-lit discussions with Mr Clegg, it showed just how much has changed since 2010:
Anyway, we're off for a lie down in a dark room.