The Funniest Brexit Tweets

We have previously featured The Funniest Anti-Brexit Signs and The Funniest Brexit Memes. Now it’s time to round up the funniest tweets.

I am an Indian and I can tell you that Brits take forever to leave.

Me: Hey cat, what's your opinion on the UK and Brexit? Cat: I think they should repeatedly ask to leave but then when the door is open just sit there and stare at it. That's what I would do.

Brexit is a bit like when Geri Halliwell overestimated her potential as a solo artist and subsequently decided to leave the Spice Girls.

An Englishman, a Scotsman and an Irishman went to a bar. They all had to leave because the Englishman wanted to go.

UK right now.

Brexit is the worst trade negotiation since Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.

Even Baldrick had a plan!

Only the British could tyrannically colonize half the world then leave EU because of immigrants.

I guess EU has now 1GB of free space.

I'm really enjoying the season finale of The UK.

Pulling out never works - ask my dad.

How do I tell them?

The next James Bond will just be him spending 2 hours in passport control at De Gaulle.

Wild that Theresa May isn't a socialist for how much she loves being publicly owned.

My mother in law lives in Spain - Please don't make them send her back here. #Brexit

Elon Musk has arrived at 10 Downing Street with a submarine.

Theresa May writes Brexit letter to the EU.

When you're at a party and you spend four hours unsure how to leave, that's called a Brexit.

The thing is, the best way to understand Theresa May's predicament is to imagine that 52 percent of Britain had voted that the government should build a submarine out of cheese.

Brexit is like a sitcom where at the start of the episode the main character tells a casual lie about being able to skydive to impress someone and now they're at the end of the episode in a plane about to jump.

6 thoughts on “The Funniest Brexit Tweets”

  1. Brexit is just like a cheese souffle that’s is overcooked, deflated, and no one can taste the cheese, which could be still on the continent but the lack of a trade, means it’s not arriving soon.

  2. Brexit: That time the UK said they were going to leave. They’ve been saying it for three years, and now everyone is just like “holy crap, just go already”.

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