Brexit humor


(Mark Rimmer) #62

(Peter Juselius) #63

:ok_hand::ok_hand::ok_hand:


(Mark Rimmer) #64

(Martin Cooper) #65

Possibly true… :slight_smile:


(Krister Rosendahl) #66


(Krister Rosendahl) #67

How times change.


(Martin Cooper) #68

“Home Office officials have privately admitted the department is having problems increasing its immigration staffing levels as part of its Brexit preparations and may have to recruit Polish and other eastern Europeans to help register the 3 million EU nationals in Britain.”

… It’s a shame it’s not a joke… :frowning:

Martin


(Peter Juselius) #69

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(Peter Juselius) #70

Just thinking aloud … how to pay for Brexit Bill: by saving 350/week, in 10 weeks = 3,500 million, 20 weeks (less than 1/2 year 7,000 million! :thinking::astonished::fearful::scream:


(Mark Robbins) #71

By that reasoning, it will take over 2 years just to pay the proposed Brexit divorce bill of 40 billion


(Peter Juselius) #72

Apparently a big part of the bill is pensions. Surely Farage can live without a pension from the Big Evil.


(Paul Flinders) #73

I’m sure he can but I’ll bet that if he is due one he will claim it.


(Martin Cooper) #74

Made me smile :slight_smile:


(Peter Juselius) #75


(Krister Rosendahl) #76

Classic! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6a_weyzkY4


(Peter Juselius) #77

Sounds like Boris!


(Martin Cooper) #78

“According to a breaking report on their website, ‘too many’ asylum seekers jumped out of lorries in Dover at the same time, and the resulting tremor caused a brief shift in the San Littlejohn tectonic fault that runs from the Atlantic Ocean to the North Sea.”

Martin


(Helen Wright) #79

LOL…! I Am reliably informed that my persistent usage of “LOL” shows my age but…LOL…:joy:


(Peter Juselius) #80

… “He made it seem like a game,” Sonia Purnell, who was Johnson’s deputy in the Telegraph’s bureau at the time, told me. “A pretty scary game, where he always pushed everything to the absolute outer limits of truth.” In 2012, Purnell wrote a biography of Johnson, in which she described his daily ritual, as a young journalist, of yelling obscenities at a yucca plant on his desk, in order to raise his adrenaline to write his next assault on the bloc. “This bizarre ritual, to those who witnessed it, was an insight into the torrent of focus and drive that lies beneath Boris’s affable exterior,” she wrote.


(Peter Juselius) #81