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    The question ought to be: "would you live with someone who posted such an ad?".
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    Yes. Those girls are immature as hell. What are they going to do in the workplace when they come up agaisnt someone they don't like for whatever reason. Walk out of the room? Refuse to work? They are extra immature if they are doctors or nurses because they will need to treat patients and remain impartial. They need to grow up and get out of their safe space bubble
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    Wow that is weird, I would live with whoever made a good housemate. I don't care at all about their politics (so long as they weren't anything extreme)
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    I've had people on Facebook say "if you voted leave then please unfriend me" so I kind of believe you...

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    (Original post by RobML)
    I've had people on Facebook say "if you voted leave then please unfriend me" so I kind of believe you...

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    Yeah one friend on mine posted a status "if you voted leave wtf. remove yourself from my friend's list" if I recall correctly.
    I didn't, that'll show her...
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    It's not like anyone in the general public would know unless you disclosed what your vote was?
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    Yeah one friend on mine posted a status "if you voted leave wtf. remove yourself from my friend's list" if I recall correctly.
    I didn't, that'll show her...
    I voted remain but was tempted to tell them to grow the **** up, nonetheless

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    (Original post by RobML)
    I voted remain but was tempted to tell them to grow the **** up, nonetheless

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    I think a lot of the more vitriolic people simply had not been exposed to any leave opinions in their own social circles, only seeing the uglier side of it in odious flag-bearers like Gove and Johnson, and those videos of random old people giving simplistic, immigration-focused answers. The leave vote came to be associated with far-right, anti-immigration, anti-inclusion, anti-liberty ideals, when for many voters it wasn't about that at all. We're seeing the same vitriol and generalisations levied at Donald Trump supporters, and perhaps a similar failure to listen to genuine concerns could see the basket case into the White House...
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    Half of my family voted leave. It doesn't mean I wouldn't live with them😂
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    a little extreme (and stupid) tbh
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    I am a leave voter and I live with leave voters
 
 
 
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