So, the Olympics are over. And I'm sure life in London will slowly return to normal. As it will for us. No more waking up and immediately switching on the TV to see Britain win a gold medal (rowing was particularly well-timed for East Coast US viewing) or falling asleep to Gaby Logan's evening show. No more cooking to the sound of a boxing match on Radio 5 Live or excitedly checking Twitter at a kids' party to find out how many more medals we've won. We actually have to listen to the American radio again now, and are already getting bored of the Election build-up, with over three months to go. Meanwhile US TV is preparing for an onslaught of new September shows - they actually put a pilot show of some sitcom about vets slap-bang into the middle of the closing ceremony on NBC.
But before I sign off on the Olympics, I'll leave you with some of my favourite Olympic-related quotes from the Littleboys.
LB2: Is Usain Bolt faster than a cheetah?
LB2: Are we going to beat China? I hope we get more golds than China. Why do China always win everything?
LB1: What if we won all the golds, USA won all the silver and China won all the bronzes? Do you think that would ever happen?
LB1: Is Tom Daley the best diver in the Universe?
Laws of physics
LB2: Do they get medals in diving for staying underwater the longest?
LB1: Will Bolt ever die?
Me: Yes, of course, we are all going to die one day.
LB1: But God doesn't, does he?
LB2: If China dies, will another country be better than them?
Happy post-Olympics, everyone - hope the hangover isn't too bad!