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If the nation doesn't vote with your choice on Thursday, what will you do on Friday?

(287 Posts)
YourPerception Sun 19-Jun-16 21:31:03

I will accept it.

TheCountessofFitzdotterel Sun 19-Jun-16 21:32:47

I will worry.

SirChenjin Sun 19-Jun-16 21:34:09

I honestly don't know. I'm still very much on the fence, so not even sure how I'm going to vote let alone feel afterwards confused

zzzzz Sun 19-Jun-16 21:35:48


genome Sun 19-Jun-16 21:35:59

I will feel very worried for our future, both as a country and my family personally.

Zorion Sun 19-Jun-16 21:36:34

Honestly, first thing apply for citizenship of our host country for DS. Hed be allowed dual nationality and it would hopefully keep doors open for him.

LemonRedwood Sun 19-Jun-16 21:37:31

Accept it, but apply for citizenship in the (European) country where I was born.

Arfarfanarf Sun 19-Jun-16 21:38:12

What can we do? Got no choice but to accept it. That's democracy. Everyone gets a vote but they don't have to vote how you want them to. :D

We're thinking we might make plans to leave the country in a few years if things go downhill how we can see them going. Go to my husband's country. We've all got dual nationality and the family has a good amount of land there so it'll be fine.

hmcAsWas Sun 19-Jun-16 21:38:12

Errm - what can you do?

Frazzled2207 Sun 19-Jun-16 21:39:02


Margrethe Sun 19-Jun-16 21:39:54

Shrug and get over it.

MadeinBelfast Sun 19-Jun-16 21:41:30

Apply for an Irish (EU) passport!

DarkBlueEyes Sun 19-Jun-16 21:42:11

The referendum isn't binding. Just saying .....

JeanBodel Sun 19-Jun-16 21:42:39

What will you do if Boris Johnson is prime minister of Great Britain and Donald Trump is president of the United States?

I have been pondering this. Which country is far enough? Australia?

CointreauVersial Sun 19-Jun-16 21:44:46

I shall cry, because our US holiday will be so much more expensive, as the pound plummets through the floor.

BeenThereDoneThatForgotten Sun 19-Jun-16 21:44:59

Despair and think about taking foreign citizenship.

cheminotte Sun 19-Jun-16 21:44:59

Cry. Then look into getting citizenship for the other half of me. DP says he will investigate Scottish citizenship!

YourPerception Sun 19-Jun-16 21:45:29

This isn't a general election it's a referendum. I didn't know if you were joking about BoJo. confused

SpringingIntoAction Sun 19-Jun-16 21:45:36

What will you do if Boris Johnson is prime minister of Great Britain and Donald Trump is president of the United States?

If they have been democratically elected I will celebrate. Democracy is what people sacrifice their lives for.

unadulterateddad Sun 19-Jun-16 21:46:07

i'll be moving to a nice Scandinavian country smile

HumphreyCobblers Sun 19-Jun-16 21:46:42

I will not despair, I will accept it and move on.

The sky won't fall in either way. The hyperbole employed by both sides makes it sounds as it the end of the world is nigh, but I really don't think it is.

Ginmakesitallok Sun 19-Jun-16 21:46:56

I will cry. Brexit would be a disaster for the UK.

scaryteacher Sun 19-Jun-16 21:49:30

Carry on marking GCSEs and have a drink at the party at the Luxembourg Embassy in Brussels as we have been invited to their summer party on Friday night! That will be interesting whichever way the vote goes.

tilder Sun 19-Jun-16 21:51:20


Await new round of bitter, acrimonious infighting by tories. Watch the ineffectual opposition that is labour. Worry what it will mean for the majority.

Despair at the future. My childrens future.

I am pro remain (in case it's not obvious smile)

RufusTheReindeer Sun 19-Jun-16 21:53:54


Dp plans to sit on the sainsburys currency website til he sees which way the land lies, if it looks like we are out he is going to try and buy the rest of our dollars

Its going to be an interesting evening

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