These 11 hilarious responses to a new Brexit mug tell us everything we need to know
Holds as much water as the real Brexit, so sounds about right.
— Nick (@Nvicus92) November 14, 2018
"With brexit, our cups will be overflowing." – ukip&co
— Badger Mash (@BadgerMash) November 14, 2018
I hope you paint it blue to match my shiny new passport!
— Sam Quigley (@samq1986) November 14, 2018
If the contents aren't too hot, and if you drink them quickly enough, and if you're in a wipe-clean environment, then it's nearly as useful as the perfectly good mug was before the holes were cut in it.
— Alex J (@kanderj) November 14, 2018
Someone named Neal noticed how apt a mug might be, under the circumstances.
Did someone say tea? pic.twitter.com/xcjs02B3LF
— Neal B #FBPE (@Nealb2010) November 14, 2018
However, a Brexiter – @gilwuvsyou – didn’t think there was a problem.
Weirdly I’d rather scold [sic] my nads with scolding [sic] hot tea than remain in the union that imposed Article 13 and today reiterated a desire for an EU Army 🙃
This perfectly summarises the Brexit conundrum.
Since the Twitter interest, Bentham Pottery are considering offering a limited edition for sale, meaning that Farage and friends may not be the only ones who make money out of Brexit after all.
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