I worry that I may have become a tad predictable in my questioning of politicians.
I emerged from grilling shadow Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillan for the Politics Show to be greeted by another senior Tory brandishing a pound coin.
This apparently was the bet placed on me asking whether the Conservatives would make St David's Day a bank holiday.
Tories in the Welsh Assembly have long favoured this option as a way of making their party appear more Welsh. Conservatives at Westminster - bank holidays are decided by the Treasury - have long ignored the request.
Apparently I've now been asking this question for seven years - almost as long as the Tories have been refusing to answer it.
Which of us will wilt first?