Upon Brexit or British exit from the EU in a historic referendum, many are taking digs at it and going gaga over the internet. During late June 2016, the Brexit movement incited a creative streak amongst the internet users, and the World Wide Web was flooded with jokes, sarcasm, memes, clips and one liners on Brexit. We’ve scoured internet for some of those craziest Brexit moments and narrowed it down below.
Tweeples made it viral with some of these jokes:
India’s independence was also Britain’s exit, and this tweet says it all!
The best #Brexit was in 1947, nothing can be bigger than that….?
— Lady Gagu (@Gauribee) June 24, 2016
While some others remembered Bollywood’s hit ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gum’.
The real #Brexit was 15 years ago. Hrithik Roshan said “bhaiyya ghar chalo”. Got Mr. Raichand and Shahrukh Khan to forget their differences.
— Akshar (@AksharPathak) June 24, 2016
There were memes too that gave a good laugh to twitterities
— Row-Sheen (@RoisinRedmond) June 24, 2016
— Gareth Rooney (@GarethR3008) June 24, 2016
— Full Frontal (@FullFrontalSamB) June 24, 2016
#EuBrexit or #HungerGames!
Some made meme alluding the plunging British pound & economy.
A fan of science-fiction shows like Star Wars and Star Trek created this meme on #Brexit that got viral over internet.
There were even a few popular hashtags which the people played around.
Regret gave birth to hashtags like: #WhatHaveWeDone
The pound is collapsing. The markets are collapsing. Well done Britain #WhatHaveWeDone
— Monica ‘ (@x_MonaLisaSmile) June 24, 2016
— Christy Packard (@KRSstitches) July 7, 2016
— Parry Glasspool (@ParryGlasspool) June 24, 2016
We cannot miss the humorous one liner. Here are some!
Why does Britain like tea so much? Because tea leaves. #brexit
— One Liners (@humurous1liners) July 8, 2016
French Connection will have to be renamed French Disconnection. #BrexitRisks
— Hughes. (@I_Am_Hughes) February 9, 2016
Videos on #Brexit, which went viral all over the internet:
And we’ve kept the best for the last, a video by Grintage Ireland to get to sorts about what Brexit is –
We are not sure what the future holds after Britain’s exit from Europe, but it is definitely ‘take a pop’ material right now.