Eleven more years of drunken arm wrestling, whale shooting, and crazy fish stories? Maybe. Vladimir Putin says he just might run for president of Russia again when this, his third term, is up in 2018. Putin made the comment during what RIA Novosti calls a "playful exchange" with a former French prime minister at a recent forum: Putin asked Francois Fillon whether he would run for president in France; Fillon refused to answer unless Putin answered first; Putin responded with "I don't exclude [the possibility]." The AP notes that if he does indeed serve four terms, Putin—who has also served as prime minister, don't forget—will have been Russia's longest-serving leader since Josef Stalin.