Why does Britain like tea so much? Because tea leaves
Bergensia; Not even the most british of all things british the Monthy Pyton could invent comedy as silly and laughable idiotic as the way reality now plays out in what once where refered to as Great Britain. To stay sane we all need to laugh about it nearly as much as all british must vote to stay.
Let’s first define the term Brexit;
1. the undefined being negotiated by the unprepared to get the unspecific for the uninformed
Now that was the easy part, let’s try to explain it somehow deeper through some analogies:
Celebrity food critic Jay Rayner shared a Michelin star Brexit analogy on Twitter – perfectly summarising why we need a second referendum. It said:
I’m not saying there wasn’t a democratic mandate for Brexit at the time. I’m just saying if I narrowly decided to order fish at a restaurant that was known for chicken, but said it was happy to offer fish, and so far I’ve been waiting three hours, and two chefs who promised to cook the fish had quit, and the third one is promising to deliver the fish in the next five minutes whether it’s cooked or not, or indeed still alive, and all the waiting staff have spent the last few hours arguing amongst themselves about whether I wanted battered cod, grilled salmon, jellied eels or dolphin kebabs, and if large parts of the restaurant appeared to be on fire but no-one was paying attention to it because they were all arguing about fish, I would quite like, just once, to be asked if I definitely still wanted the fish.
“Yes Minister” forecasted Brexit back in 1981.
Britain has had the same #ForeignPolicy objective for at least the last 500 years – to create a disunited #Europe””… “to make sure the common market didn’t work; that’s why we went into it”
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