So it’s finally happening, our british friends chose to leave the EU. They will be missed (not their food, no offense), but it was nice to have a little monarchy drama in the european family.
Anyways, to cope with the break up, here are some of the funnier mentions to one of the biggest losses in the continental history. Let’s have a good laugh and hope, blond men with weird haircuts are not a trend that keeps going. Enjoy.
There goes the neighbourhood.
— Hugh Grant (@HackedOffHugh) December 12, 2019
imagine having a passport that allows you to move freely between, live in and work in 28 countries, including many of the worlds most affluent, with excellent free health care and social services wherever you go & voting to tear that passport up and be stranded on an island.
— Philip Gourevitch (@PGourevitch) December 12, 2019
Never mistake your Twitter feed for your country
— Nick Cohen (@NickCohen4) December 12, 2019
We couldn't overcome the Brexit culture war. I'm so sorry, to everyone who fought like lions til the close of polls. The movement continues, and we keep on keeping on tomorrow.
— Ash Sarkar (@AyoCaesar) December 12, 2019
Some life hacks for my UK friends:
– call an Uber instead of an ambulance
– take your dog’s medications
– don’t get sick
— Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) December 12, 2019
What you are seeing in the UK right now will be reflected in the US in 2020
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) December 12, 2019
I know it's not very "politically correct" to say it out loud but in the wasteland of ruined Britain I am going to hunt and eat old people
— Steve Hogarty (@misterbrilliant) June 24, 2016
Bond films to last 30% longer with scenes of his passport being more heavily scrutinised between exotic European locales.
— Ben (@0point5twins) June 25, 2016
The problem with government of the people, by the people, and for the people, is the people.
— God (@TheTweetOfGod) December 12, 2019
Twitter loses yet another election.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 12, 2019
— Deepak Saxena (@AcademicDeep) March 25, 2019