A REMAINER’S pleasing feelings of superiority over other voters have been marred by genuine terror over what is coming next.
Tom Booker, who believes his views have been vindicated by the likely damage to the economy, describes himself as feeling deeply concerned about the future but also super-clever.
IT worker Booker said: “It’s clear now how uninformed and misled the British people were, and also how brilliant and perceptive I was. God, I’m smart.
“I’m really worried about my children’s future, but on the upside I’ve been able to say ‘Clever Daddy said it was a terrible idea from the beginning but nobody listened. Perhaps we’ll all listen to Clever Daddy from now on?’.
“Losing my job would be a disaster, although it would free up a lot of time to constantly remind everyone I saw through Farage and Rees-Mogg right from the beginning.”
Booker added that Britain would not be in this mess if less intelligent people such as the children who used to bully him at school had not been allowed to vote.
“Liam Hobson used to stick my head down the toilet for reading the Guardian in the fifth form. Well who’s being flushed down the toilet now? Britain, that’s who. I win.”