WITH Brexit likely to bring hardship and disruption, the obvious people to blame are the EU and Remoaners. But could it actually be the fault of Leave voters? Here’s why.
You didn’t like the idea of Belgian bureaucrats fiddling with our bananas
Which was actually dull legislation for food retailers similar to that which makes the vegetables in Asda look appealing and not like little gnarled goblins. Bananas of any shape will now be available, but don’t plan on buying any because they’ll have rotted in a lorry.
You thought the EU was holding back British spunk and enterprise
It’s interesting that typical Brexiters show zero enterprise, but then if you can’t even explain what you DID vote for, your chances of being the next Steve Jobs are small. Oh well, your kids will enjoy the exciting career choices of fruit-picking or remote-working from a call centre in Delhi.
Your brains literally shrank from reading The Daily Mail
This has not been 100 per cent scientifically proven, but it seems likely that too much Mail/Express/Telegraph nonsense causes your brain to atrophy to the size and density of an ossified walnut.
You thought leaving the EU meant we could immediately deport all of ‘them’
We all know what ‘Taking back control’ means really, don’t we? Droning on about ‘sovereignty’ must be the most complicated way of saying ‘There’s too many foreigns’ in human history.
You looked at Nigel Farage and Mark Francois and alarm bells were not immediately ringing
The likes of Farage, Arron Banks, Francois, Alexander Johnson et al immediately scream ‘dodgy grifters’ to anyone with an IQ above 80. How do you manage to clamber in and out of your trousers and dresses every day?