‘Scared for the future’: Internet in meltdown over Brexit vote
They say a picture paints a thousand words, and that’s exactly how some people have decided to express their feelings.
Those who were hoping for a win for the ‘Remain’ campaign have been searching for a silver lining.
Look on the bright side. With the pound where it is the soccer hooligans can no longer afford to leave England. #brexit— Barrie Cassidy (@barriecassidy) June 24, 2016
Others though are very worried about what the result may mean for the UK’s future as well as for its people and the markets.
Well pals watch my entire plan for the next 10 years be ruined by sky high flight prices and lack of free movement #EUref 😁— GCSEve (@evebennettx) June 24, 2016
There was no shortage of anger among voters who clearly did not get their desired result.
WELL DONE EVERYONE NICE TO SEE YOU PUT YOUR RACIST VIEWS AHEAD OF ACTUAL FACTS, WE HAD ONE JOB AND FAILED WE ARE A JOKE OF A COUNTRY #EUref— The Fresh Prince (@_TY_97) June 24, 2016
Watching the repercussions of #Brexit feels a lot like watching at a terrible car crash. You don't want to look but can't help it.— Mohamed Ghilan (@mohamedghilan) June 24, 2016
In light of the Brexit, there have been questions raised over which other countries may follow suit, and what to call it if they do.
Loved this one!— avanne dubash (@avannedubash) June 24, 2016
Whats next? After #Brexit. Grexit. Departugal. Italeave. Czechout. Oustria. Finish. Slovakout. Latervia. Byegium.
It’s yet to be confirmed whether this actually was the Queen’s official reaction.