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Embrace it

How puerile and immature. We're going.

They need one saying bad losers they could charge instead of giving them away. It's done,it's here to stay get over it and get on with it or catch a plane. Jamie Oliver's still here i believe thought he was going?

Bored......

#notinmyname
#ohyesitisitscalleddemocracyyoumuppet

I voted to stay but this is just pointless even if its free.

What petulant children these remainers have turned out to be and Your freebie is pointless we are leaving Euroland so get used to it oO
On a by note I voted this COLD
Edited by: "VCB-160" 17th Mar

Can't wait to be rid of those parasitic "snouts in the trough" Eurocrats.

I imagine it will feel like when Sepp Blatter was ejected from FIFA, and then charged with fraud. But times a million.

In fact, given we are one of the largest net contributors to the EU (and the Germans aren't that keen to chuck in any more cash), I seriously suspect the days of the EU gravy train are numbered

quality but already moved doubt theyd send em to outside the u.k haha get em sent to my gaffa

If you want to live in a country where some people's votes don't count, be prepared for YOUR vote to not count.

Just asking for windows to be smashed - go on.... you know you want to!

STEWIEG

Just asking for windows to be smashed - go on.... you know you want to!



​And that typifies the mentality of the average Brexit supporter.

stoney73

​And that typifies the mentality of the average Brexit supporter.



​me no like no brexit voters me hit you with club

I can't even remember which colour or density Brexit I voted for anymore.

I guess half baked and grey won though?

They going to do this in Scots Gaelic too? Could be a lucrative company to invest in - until someone brings out a generic window sticker saying " I don't care the result of the referendum (any referendum), I'm going to keep demanding new ones until I get the result I want." ...alternatively. "Screw Democracy!".

mrty

They going to do this in Scots Gaelic too?



The Scots version just says "Fan-dahbee-dozie. Not!"

stoney73

​And that typifies the mentality of the average Brexit supporter.



As is having to resort to swear words to express dissatisfaction for the Remainers.

Oh yes. because the brexiteers were shining examples of truth, honesty, decency, and all things good. They don't swear, never lie, and certainly go back on promises, do they? But, hey, if someone swore, that's it. Let's lock them up I say.

SENNYO1

What petulant children these remainers have turned out to be and Your … What petulant children these remainers have turned out to be and Your freebie is pointless we are leaving Euroland so get used to it oOOn a by note I voted this COLD



I think you'll find the source of any petulance was on the doorsteps of Brexiteers. Wasn't it they who whinged incessantly and inaccurately about "loss of sovereignty", "immigrants", and "excessive consumption of national resources by said immigrants"?

I voted to remain, but my advanced age and life-long unwillingness to make issue determines mine to have been an increasingly moot choice. More so since nihilistic shifts in geopolitical posturing have increased the likelihood of anyone aged under 20, and currently living in Britain, being converted in to irradiated dust before they hit 40.

loiterer

I think you'll find the source of any petulance was on the doorsteps of … I think you'll find the source of any petulance was on the doorsteps of Brexiteers. Wasn't it they who whinged incessantly and inaccurately about "loss of sovereignty", "immigrants", and "excessive consumption of national resources by said immigrants"?I voted to remain, but my advanced age and life-long unwillingness to make issue determines mine to have been an increasingly moot choice. More so since nihilistic shifts in geopolitical posturing have increased the likelihood of anyone aged under 20, and currently living in Britain, being converted in to irradiated dust before they hit 40.


BIG YAWN
All That can be said to everyone who is complaining we are leaving the EU is -
Tell it to 14 million who couldn't be bothered to turn out and cast their vote
Edited by: "VCB-160" 17th Mar

I've changed my mind and ordered one anyway, as they are free, and they are short of cash (probably due to loss of EU handouts for poinless exercises). It did say put it were it will get best use......so I will use it to start a bonfire.

Instead of putting up a sticker, perhaps write to your MP, who will then throw your letter in the bin and claim some sort of expense as a result.

I am surprised that the people who voted to leave aren't bothered by all the concessions being made about leaving the EU. Probably what will happen is that nothing much changes for the better and all we really notice are the negatives and more cost cutting by the government as a result of some mumbo jumbo related to all this EU leaving business.

Trouble is if you have one everyone knows your a remain whinging bad loser.
Edited by: "den169" 17th Mar

Let's all apply and bankrupt this stupid website!

Regardless of your view on "leave" or "remain" you can't claim dishonesty on one campaign then claim that 48m didn't vote for the outcome because you've taken the total population figure. This was an incredible turnout for a vote in any election/referendum. It's just a bit bizarre. I wonder who is funding this campaign.

This is what makes me laugh. Throughout the whole Brexit campaign, the people that were voting to leave were perceived to be these uneducated and immature members of society. Now it just seems as though it was the remainders that have. Much like the Scottish referendum, the voters have made their voice heard and you have got your answer. We voted to leave. Let's get on with it.

#weliveinademocracy

The scientist in me abhors the claim that brexit is "the will of the people"; where's the provision for experimental error, and sample variance?

When a minority of the votership(~38%) chose leave, and an even smaller minority(~25%) elected the government that proposed the referendum & is enacting its result, is it any surprise that the result is controversial & divisive?

Constitutional change doesn't just affect those of today, it affects all who come after. That's why constitutional change ordinarily requires a 2/3rds super majority. (>66% of votership; not ~38% !)

If Brexit were the indisputable will of the people, then, regardless of my opinion I'd have no problem agreeing with it. However for reasons already stated, I don't believe that to be the case.

Whether you voted to leave, or stay, a rational person should hopefully be able to see that the actions of this government are not *certain* to represent the will of the people, and are thus constitutionally unsound.

The blame for this mess clearly falls on the lap of Westminster with its initial provisioning of the referendum bill itself. Such a poorly thought out bill was inevitably going to cause chaos if the result wasn't a landslide.
Hopefully we can learn from this miscarriage of democracy, and amend the 'constitution' such that no parliament is stupid enough to have it happen again.

No matter what happens, at least we can rest assured that parliament's members are as incompetent as they are duplicitous & self serving.

Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 24th Mar
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