Deputy Presiding Officer John Marek is standing down as House Committee chairman in his row with Presiding Officer Lord Elis-Thomas.
They have barely said more than "Good morning" to each other in the past year. No-one can remember why.
So why doesn't Dr Marek just resign, instead of persisting with his habit of dropping hints about an impending resignation?
Such as this in the Assembly today: "I am chairman of the House Committee and I will be for a few more days."
Is that a resignation? When is a resignation a resignation?