There are just two weeks left before Sue Barker, John McEnroe and Pat Cash take over the nation's television sets once again.
Yes, Wimbledon is around the corner, the world's premier tennis competition and a festival of Englishness that's so English it makes the Queen look like a foreigner.
There'll be enough flag waving, Pimm's drinking, tea slurping, scone scoffing and Carry On style "new balls please" innuendos to make your eyes water Robinsons orange squash.
But there's one Wimbledon tradition that's even more stereotypically English than falling asleep on a road in Tenerife - strawberries and cream.
Last year FMC, the tournament's caterers, served 23 tonnes of strawberries over the course of the tournament, which amounted to over 2m individual berries.
Laid end to end, those berries would stretch 37 miles, far enough to get from Centre Court to Chelmsford.
Accompanying those strawberries are 7,000 litres of fresh dairy cream.
Tradition dictates that that figure be represented in terms of Olympic-sized swimming pools, but seeing as those are 2.5m litres in size, if you were to pour the cream into the pool it would only be 0.3% full.
That much cream would, however, fill around three quarters of the storage cabin of a new Ford Transit van.
That other great mainstay of British cuisine, fish and chips, is also very popular at Wimbledon.
An enormous 32,000 portions of fish and chips are sold on average, which would roughly be enough to feed the population of seaside town and popular tourist spot Bridlington, East Yorkshire.
A whopping 190,000 sandwiches are sold during Wimbledon on average, along with 60,000 sausage baguettes, 40,000 chargrilled meals, 6,000 stonebaked pizzas and 60,000 portions of ice creams for dessert.
Around 100,000 pints of draught beer and lager are pulled at the tournament each year, which is enough to replace the blood in 11,360 average adults.
A further 28,000 bottles of champagne are sold on average, as well as 230,000 glasses of Pimm's, 350,000 cups of tea and coffee, and 150,000 bottles of water.