What will you do to celebrate Brexit day on 31.01.2020…?

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    The Monitor
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    I shall be wearing a blue shirt to show solidarity with the EUROPEAN UNION. Unlike a lot of morons, I do understand the usefulness of being a member of the EU. The rest…. Phht…. deluded! End of Comment… no responses needed. Phht….

    #180410

    Llayby lilly
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    I shall be wearing a blue shirt to show solidarity with the EUROPEAN UNION. Unlike a lot of morons, I do understand the usefulness of being a member of the EU. The rest…. Phht…. deluded! End of Comment… no responses needed. Phht….

    …Ohh you little cry baby..! I feel liberated as the undemocratic politically constructed shackles of the EU project fall from the UK and Boris will put the GREAT back into Great Britain. We will still have our lovely European neighbours who we think the world of, we just won’t have all the other crap from the political elite.

    Embrace the change as Timmy and Matt have done, I suspect there both sat next to each other on the train to London with their personal invitations to Nigel’s party firmly clasped in their little hands. Get ready for lots of flag waving and joyful celebrations tonight and into the future!
    All is well….!

    Lilly x

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by Llayby lilly.
    #180417
    Councillor X
    Councillor X
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    I started with a full English breakfast and started on the continental beers and try to say goodbye in each of the country’s languages.

    So far it is Vaarwel to my Amstel and Heineken

    I did ask about a European grant to fund my crawl but was told geenszins oude klootzak

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    #180418

    IMHO
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    I shall be wearing a blue shirt to show solidarity with the EUROPEAN UNION. Unlike a lot of morons, I do understand the usefulness of being a member of the EU. The rest…. Phht…. deluded! End of Comment… no responses needed. Phht….

    I have to say a big thankyou to you and all the abusive remainers like you because, it is people like you, spouting your bile all over me and other leave voters that exercised their democratic right, to vote the way their conscience dictated and voted to leave that those people’s resolve was strengthened by yours and others insults and kept, when asked, coming back with the same answer to the leave, remain question and voting for leave culminating in today, at 11pm. we do, in effect, leave. So again, thankyou for your efforts in helping bring this about.
    I’m immensely proud that the British people brought this about not by taking to the streets in numbers and rioting but by steadfastly using the ballot box. We waited and waited, we withstood the insults and when we got the chance we exercised our right to our vote once again and it was decisive resulting in a Brexit government with an unassailable majority. As i have said previously, it’s done it’s over we are leaving, get behind it and stop the insults as they demean you as much as they insult others.

    #180431
    Councillor X
    Councillor X
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    Nicely said IMHO.

    I AM ON polish beer now so do widzenia

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    #180455

    Llayby lilly
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    [/quote]I have to say a big thankyou to you and all the abusive remainers like you because, it is people like you, spouting your bile all over me and other leave voters that exercised their democratic right, to vote the way their conscience dictated and voted to leave that those people’s resolve was strengthened by yours and others insults and kept, when asked, coming back with the same answer to the leave, remain question and voting for leave culminating in today, at 11pm. we do, in effect, leave. So again, thankyou for your efforts in helping bring this about.
    I’m immensely proud that the British people brought this about not by taking to the streets in numbers and rioting but by steadfastly using the ballot box. We waited and waited, we withstood the insults and when we got the chance we exercised our right to our vote once again and it was decisive resulting in a Brexit government with an unassailable majority. As i have said previously, it’s done it’s over we are leaving, get behind it and stop the insults as they demean you as much as they insult others.[/quote]

    Can I nominate IMHO’s post as the BEST of the entire Brexit debate on this forum…! IMHO you freekin nailed them with a sentiment we all share.
    Much love Lilly

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by Llayby lilly.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by Llayby lilly.
    #180466

    TimRegency
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    I shall be wearing a blue shirt to show solidarity with the EUROPEAN UNION. Unlike a lot of morons, I do understand the usefulness of being a member of the EU. The rest…. Phht…. deluded! End of Comment… no responses needed. Phht….

    Best post of the thread.

    #180467

    MP1953
    Participant

    I shall be wearing a blue shirt to show solidarity with the EUROPEAN UNION. Unlike a lot of morons, I do understand the usefulness of being a member of the EU. The rest…. Phht…. deluded! End of Comment… no responses needed. Phht….

    I have to say a big thankyou to you and all the abusive remainers like you because, it is people like you, spouting your bile all over me and other leave voters that exercised their democratic right, to vote the way their conscience dictated and voted to leave that those people’s resolve was strengthened by yours and others insults and kept, when asked, coming back with the same answer to the leave, remain question and voting for leave culminating in today, at 11pm. we do, in effect, leave. So again, thankyou for your efforts in helping bring this about.
    I’m immensely proud that the British people brought this about not by taking to the streets in numbers and rioting but by steadfastly using the ballot box. We waited and waited, we withstood the insults and when we got the chance we exercised our right to our vote once again and it was decisive resulting in a Brexit government with an unassailable majority. As i have said previously, it’s done it’s over we are leaving, get behind it and stop the insults as they demean you as much as they insult others.

    And it actually took three elections to get it done in the end, and all were on MP’s respecting the first vote.

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    #180476
    dagg
    dagg
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    Happy Brexit.

    #180477

    MargaretA
    Participant

    Happy Brexit.

    Maybe, maybe not! No one knows. We have moved into unknown territory!

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