How should we celebrate Brexit Day? Our 18 favourite suggestions
There’s a bit of a ‘will it or won’t it?’ situation going on over whether Big Ben will bong for Brexit, with the possibility that
idiots members of the public might donate the half-a-million quid required to get the bell working on the day.
As well as the bongs, Brexiters plan to have fireworks displays, parties and a gathering outside parliament to celebrate the moment the UK officially leaves the EU.
We wondered how our Poke family might want to celebrate, so we asked.
OK – so how SHOULD we celebrate Brexit Day? Your suggestions please.
— The Poke (@ThePoke) January 15, 2020
As ever, you came through for us, with these brilliant suggestions.
By shooting ouselves in the foot.
— Jon Steggles (@JWSteggles) 15 January 2020
Everyone should kick each other in the privates and burn money while laughing at how the remaining EU countries are able to live and work together.
— Mr Jones (@mr_jonestweets) 15 January 2020
By deliberately losing our house keys whilst locked indoors.
— Steve Robinson (@Robbo1894) 15 January 2020
I'm gonna binge-watch the League of Gentlemen to perfect my Tubs and Edward outlook for our future pic.twitter.com/tjJRFYWzEw
— Michelle (@shells_twits) 15 January 2020
Can only be a giant bonfire of medical supplies, non-chlorinated chicken, topped with the hopes and dreams of our children. Will also please the climate-change deniers. Two-for-one self abuse.
— Alec Proffitt (@GinnerWina) 15 January 2020
By rejoining the EU
— Andrew Hoyland (@andrew_hoyland) 15 January 2020
Can we just all pretend we misheard Festival of Brexit and have a Festival of Breakfast instead cos I reckon I'd really enjoy camping in a field for a weekend and just eating cereal, croissants and fry-ups?
— James Marsters (@earlofbeverley) 12 January 2020
Head to The Winchester, have a nice, cold pint, etc…
— StripyHorse (@StripyHorseLtd) 15 January 2020
Stocking up on supplies of tinned food (and tin opener), antibiotics, wool blankets, candles, matches, basic first aid, axe, camping stove, iodine, water purification tablets, dry food, backpack, knife, rope and warm waterproof clothing.
— Kevin Finney (@finneykj79) 15 January 2020