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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
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    Possibly, but first of all the Brexiteers need to get over their latest tantrum.

    Brexit MP's throw a tantrum at EU's ultimatum

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    Possibly, but first of all the Brexiteers need to get over their latest tantrum.

    Brexit MP's throw a tantrum at EU's ultimatum

    Remoaners are in a continuous sulk. An eternal loop of toys exiting pram.

    Their wee noddles can’t take much more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    Remoaners are in a continuous sulk. An eternal loop of toys exiting pram.

    Their wee noddles can’t take much more.

    Pop!

    Weird that because as far as I can see, it's the Remainers who are having fun whilst the Leavers are frantically trying to justify their position and getting more and more hysterical about it. Personally I'm having a great time watching it (although deep down there is a sadness how a once great country is destroying itself)
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    Weird that because as far as I can see, it's the Remainers who are having fun whilst the Leavers are frantically trying to justify their position and getting more and more hysterical about it. Personally I'm having a great time watching it (although deep down there is a sadness how a once great country is destroying itself)
    On the contrary, it’s the remain ultras that are having a nervous breakdown as we slide inexorably towards March 2019, but you wouldn’t know, because you don’t live here The tentative consensus among remoan ultras has shifted from Brexit light - Schoedinger’s cat walks into a bar; and it doesn’t - to “exit from Brexit”. These ultras simply haven’t been brought up to “lose”, so they’re taking it horribly personally. It’s both fascinating and, I agree, also quite sad. You want to watch, and yet not watch. A form of rubbernecking, I suppose

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    On the contrary, it’s the remain ultras that are having a nervous breakdown as we slide inexorably towards March 2019, but you wouldn’t know, because you don’t live here The tentative consensus among remoan ultras has shifted from Brexit light - Schoedinger’s cat walks into a bar; and it doesn’t - to “exit from Brexit”. These ultras simply haven’t been brought up to “lose”, so they’re taking it horribly personally. It’s both fascinating and, I agree, also quite sad. You want to watch, and yet not watch. A form of rubbernecking, I suppose
    Have you all completely stopped talking up the great national success that is Brexit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    Possibly, but first of all the Brexiteers need to get over their latest tantrum.

    Brexit MP's throw a tantrum at EU's ultimatum

    Tantrum? You need to get out more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    Corbyn doesn't want to stop Brexit, he wants May to complete the job so he won't be blamed, he's always voted against anything to do with the EU. "Stop throwing tantrums"*, Batesey...

    *using your definition of one, obviously...
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    Have you all completely stopped talking up the great national success that is Brexit?
    It is, indeed, a fantastic result. The level of satisfaction about the result is exceeded only by the tremendous sulk into which all the right people have been thrown. Win-win

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    oh, PLEASE don't reverse it! all this tedious twaddle will be back in general
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