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Old 01.07.2016, 14:03
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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I see it as more like a dare.. you're standing there holding a sh*t sandwich, honour bound to eat it, but do you really want to, do you really need to?

Thats the question
Which side is holding the shit sandwich?

Brexit was never going to be cutting the tunnel, negotiating Ireland and then sailing out into the middle of the atlantic - dropping anchor and declaring the whole of the North Atlantic as crown territory. Although I'm sure Farage after 18 London Prides and 7 G&Ts had wet dreams of it happening.

The future isn't the future that we thought it was going to be - even if it ends up being really close to that future. The UK hasn't declared war, the markets haven't halved and no one is lining WMD at the UK with their fingers hovering over the button.

And yet, go onto Facebook and people are foretelling the imminent Apocalypse, as they try to work out whether B&Q has the materials to build a fallout shelter - and whether they can actually bothered to build one.

So everyone - please, please get a grip - and if you can't get a grip, please don't post on the internet.
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