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Group hug thread for those devastated by election results

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KizzyWayfarer Fri 13-Dec-19 00:02:30

Just a quiet place to sit. If you want to gloat or opinionate about Corbyn please go over to AIBU.

Mner2019 Fri 13-Dec-19 00:08:43

Group hug very much needed. Thank you. Too depressed to sleep...

WashingtonIrving Fri 13-Dec-19 00:10:46

Me too. Never post. Depressingly predictable tho.

KizzyWayfarer Fri 13-Dec-19 00:11:57

Likewise, can’t sleep. Husband watching the results so I’m in the bedroom on my own except for the cat. Very grateful for feline company.

DoTheHop Fri 13-Dec-19 00:12:50

Devastated at how 'Little Englanders' English people really are. The Great Empire. Blah blah me hole.

BloomedAgain Fri 13-Dec-19 00:14:19

flowers

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Fri 13-Dec-19 00:14:39

I'm so upset. Fucking stupid fucking people. Do people not understand what they are voting for? Or don't they care?

FlamingoAndJohn Fri 13-Dec-19 00:14:52

It’s horrid. How could people do this?
I understand that some people don’t like Corbyn but to vote Tory? How could they do that?

Mammyloveswine Fri 13-Dec-19 00:15:12

😭😭😭😭😭

JasonPollack Fri 13-Dec-19 00:15:39

Am so sad. Keep thinking about my baby son and what a horrible country he's going to inherit.

heyday Fri 13-Dec-19 00:15:55

Unbelievable really!!!! It really is hard to sleep now

TooStressyTooMessy Fri 13-Dec-19 00:16:57

I am also very sad and infuriated. Was meant to go to sleep over an hour ago but have been miserably following the results.

WashingtonIrving Fri 13-Dec-19 00:17:01

Hugs to you all. I’m not looking forward to my ageing parents joy about a party winning that I think will (and has) destroy the institution they will need in the next few years... (sorry, I know this was supposed to be a quiet place ☹️)

ThisIsSanta Fri 13-Dec-19 00:17:17

fsad

zsazsajuju Fri 13-Dec-19 00:17:35

It’s awful. I blame both Corbyn and Boris tho. It should have been easy but Corbyn is a student politician who is out of touch with the base. But it’s just awful

LissJas Fri 13-Dec-19 00:17:45

Well I'm thrilled that my dd private school will no longer be under threat. Conservatives are leading by a massive majority compared to what was expected. And frankly, I'll sleep easier tonight.

Lexie365 Fri 13-Dec-19 00:17:49

had not realized until i saw the exit polls how much i had gotten my hopes upangry

TooStressyTooMessy Fri 13-Dec-19 00:18:03

My parents are visiting this weekend. They will have voted Tory. Spending time with them is difficult at the best of times. I am going to hope not to discuss politics at all.

TheBananaInPyjamas Fri 13-Dec-19 00:18:12

I feel like I've been kicked in the stomach. So so sad. Already had a cry this evening.

Trying to hold out hope - but it isn't looking likely.

I really despair for the future of this country, our children, the homeless, our NHS. I know it makes me sound close minded but I honestly don't understand how someone can vote Tory. I just don't get it.

Foxes157 Fri 13-Dec-19 00:18:31

I'm sitting here silently raging at my Tory voting husband

The eldest like most of her generation is on my side and voted labour

WashingtonIrving Fri 13-Dec-19 00:18:37

I think people want to ‘get Brexit done’

WashingtonIrving Fri 13-Dec-19 00:18:57

Bloody Cameron

SukiPutTheEarlGreyOn Fri 13-Dec-19 00:19:35

It’s not a massive surprise yet I feel more devastated than I thought I would. It really is a pile of poo and I’m already dreading the thought of BJ’s gloating face in the morning. Hugs to all.flowers

Foxes157 Fri 13-Dec-19 00:20:15

Bananas that's totally my thoughts.

Mulledwineinajug Fri 13-Dec-19 00:20:37

Devastated

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