12 things you may not have considered about leaving Europe
1. Leaving may affect your sleeping arrangements.
If we leave Europe, will I still be able to use my continental quilt?
— James Casserly (@Casserly_Rock) June 15, 2016
2. Newspapers might stop asking stupid questions.
— Alistair Coleman (@alistaircoleman) June 21, 2016
3. Prices may go up.
— esarty (@esarty) June 22, 2016
4. Cakes may become less fancy.
Like most sensible people I am down the shops panic buying and stockpiling incase as a nation we vote leave tomorrow pic.twitter.com/0BYLnjZxqp
— Ross Noble (@realrossnoble) June 22, 2016
5. Fishing quotas will change.
— Oonagh (@Okeating) June 22, 2016
6. Leaving won’t stop immigration.
If we do vote leave will those awful, weirdly coloured immigrants who refuse to embrace culture have to come back from Spain?
— Jake Lambert (@LittleLostLad) June 22, 2016
7. Vegetables will suffer.
A "Brexit" would cause the street value of sprouts to sky rocket and create a black market economy of straight bananas
— SadfaceOtter (@SadFaceOtter) June 22, 2016
8. Brexit may be the start of a portmanteau plague.
Brexit. Grexit. Departugal. Italeave. Fruckoff. Czechout. Oustria. Finish. Slovakout. Latervia. Byegium.
— Rahul Goma Phulore (@missingfaktor) June 21, 2016
9. There will be consequences for all of the UK.
Continued EU immigration to the SE will sink the UK in 1 corner, Kent underwater and Glaswegians at risk of altitude sickness #EUFacts
— Steve Briddon (@Hebdomadian) June 22, 2016
10. Important EU allowances will be lost.
Remaining in the EU will enable Britain to keep its 2 weeks a year warm weather allowance. #EUFacts
— Bacardi Oakheart (@Midgetgems26) June 22, 2016
11. British music will suffer.
— Steve Evans (@stevesplan) June 22, 2016
12. There could be some truly horrible consequences.
A Remain victory will cause Cameron's levels of self confidence to soar causing the much feared 'Kanye effect'. Expect an album.
— w0z (@_w0z_) June 22, 2016