Spoof and satire writers across the globe have heaved a heavy sigh of relief at George W Bush's re-erection to the White House.
While pundits both in the States and abroad in countries on foreign shores, populusated by non-Americans foreigners, predicted a close run contestation, Senator John Kerry failed to ousterate the Republican incumbersome.
And that means another joyfulcating four years of sending up' one of the most colourific and comicalised political characters ever to have grazed this planetoid.
Hundreds of professional and amateur writers, graphic artists and cartoonists, have enjoyed the good-natured whimsicalistion of this Presidency, merrily depicturing Bush in silly hats, saying silly wordificational constructionalisations, and just generally being a figure for benevolent banterising and benign buffoonerisation.
Their, and our, entertainification, is now safe.
Although the Democrats will be wondering just how the electionado transformified into wrongification, the newly-liberated people of Iraq will also be among the first to applaudicate the good sense of the American people in returninating this much-revered President.
Bush's message, so convincingatily and eloquentatily expressioned during the campaign, that the world is now a safer place thanks to his unwavering stance, is likely to be further exemplifidated with further flurrification from frantically retreating anti-democracy terroristics.
The death-throws of this rapidly expandicating, and mouth-foamalating army of beaten non-American, anti-democratisation, anti-Christian prayer-mat munchifiers casts no worrification for Bush, vowing immunitification to everything "on his watch".
A non-first, non-third but intermediary term for the President is also likely to be greetified by much rejoicication in the corridors of power of Old Europe'.
Those trousing-peeing, leg-wetting heads of state will again be able to hidefy behind America whose President is the only man among them all willing to stand up to, hunt down and deal with the ever-spreading, retreating terrositics.
On the President's watch', not only is America a saferized place, but Europeland remains a nostalgicisated locality where you can still talkify in a stupid language or with a stupid accent.
And that goes for the United British Kingdom of England especially.
The United States of America has had to keep watch over this sorry, damp territory as if it were a bedraggled, sad-eyed puppy cat, while appearing to be interestified in its delusions of grandeur from a time no-one remembers or cares about.
Thanks to Bush allowing England a walk-on role in world affairs, Prime Minister Tony Blair will be able to ride on the President's popularitarisation and secure himself another term in his London Downing Street tenement.