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    To celebrate I will probably run down the street shouting in pure joy.
    Then go for a drink.
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    Lol when you think we're actually going to leave

    Irrespective of my views, the outcome will be remain 100%
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    (Original post by floury)
    Britain is far too good to carry on propping up the failing EU
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    Sorry, how is the EU failing? Every EU member seems to be doing alright and it's stopped Europe from going to war with itself like we did a million times before the EU
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    find a flight of stairs.... they can't climb stairs

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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    Dude don't speak too soon.

    If it's Bremain then you're going to regret making this thread.
    If it is Bremain I am probably going to sulk in the corner the whole day or maybe run down the street shouting in anger.
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    Sorry, how is the EU failing? Every EU member seems to be doing alright and it's stopped Europe from going to war with itself like we did a million times before the EU
    There's civil unrest in many countries (i.e see France riots), a massive influx of economic migrants and economies that for the most part are not doing as well as they should be oh, and NATO prevents the wars not the EU.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    find a flight of stairs.... they can't climb stairs
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    Haha! brilliant!
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    Be listening to my favourite songs, such as
    "I'm doing fine now, without EU baby"
    "EUR so vain, EU probably thinks this song is about them"
    "Sometimes I feel I've go to ... get away from the pain EU drives into the heart of me"
    "Wasteland, I always wanted EU to know, it's a wasteland"
    "EUR history, like a beat-up car" etc.

    Oh, and
    "To run away from EU, is all that I could do"
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    (Original post by Naveed-7)
    Your Dad is Voting Leave because he sees through the BS. Your father has already woken up. There were a few referendums that happened in Denmark. The media and PM tried to scare everyone, and after the public Voted "No", there was an increase in Denmark's economy. Well done to him.
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    The danish government isn't very open to immigration.
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    By moving to Canada.
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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    There's civil unrest in many countries (i.e see France riots), a massive influx of economic migrants and economies that for the most part are not doing as well as they should be oh, and NATO prevents the wars not the EU.
    Aight whatever, I've got a lot of other points I can make but I've been in enough debates to know that nothing good will ever come from debating so I'll just leave this thread and say:

    THE EU IS NOT FAILING


    kthxbai
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    (Original post by saraxh)
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    The danish government isn't very open to immigration.
    I didnt say I wanted to immigrate to Denmark.
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    Sorry, how is the EU failing? Every EU member seems to be doing alright and it's stopped Europe from going to war with itself like we did a million times before the EU
    What about Greece, Spain or Italy? Massive unemployment problem, not to mention failing economies.

    Or ask the German people. They're surely loving the hundreds of thousands of 'refugees' (of which 20% support ISIS).
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    "EUR so vain, EU probably thinks this song is about them"


    perfect xx
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    Aight whatever, I've got a lot of other points I can make but I've been in enough debates to know that nothing good will ever come from debating so I'll just leave this thread and say:

    THE EU IS NOT FAILING


    kthxbai
    Spain has a youth unemployment of 45% loool
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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    Spain has a youth unemployment of 45% loool
    Hence why it is under a group of countries called "PIIGS" and Britain has no involvement in what happens in the eurozone.
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    (Original post by Naveed-7)
    I didnt say I wanted to immigrate to Denmark.
    No I mean I've seen shows apologise for whats happening atm in Denmark.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    No I mean I've seen shows apologise for whats happening atm in Denmark.
    Ok, no worries
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    (Original post by JoePFR)
    You know your comments are just reaffirming the stereotype of the typical brexiter being uneducated, uninformed and ignorant, right?
    Not that I've said much in here to make it possible to fairly gauge the quality of my posts, but ...I'll tag you in a thread where I raise you one to ever call me ignorant again.

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    I'm not at the legal age to vote. My families British except my dad who's from Denmark. My dad said that even he would vote leave if he was British.
    Okay?
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    y u offline?
    and guess
    Sorry Had to go for a bit, and hmmm I guess LEAVEEEEEEEEEEEE!
 
 
 
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