Brexit as a Navel Exercise

With the outcome of the UK voter shouties

Of one’s senses one now tends to have some doubties –

Belly-buttons seen on beaches

Always seem to have the features

That the innies far outnumber all the outies!

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© June 2016 Colonialist (WordPress)

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19 Responses to Brexit as a Navel Exercise

  1. Ruth2Day says:

    what a bloody mess we are in.


  2. beeblu says:

    UK’s gone belly-up


  3. gipsika says:

    Brexit: “Should I stay or should I go?”


  4. I think we’re in for a period of perilous instability, probably throughout Europe. Also, the pound and our income have already taken a big knock, which I sincerely hope is temporary.


  5. equinoxio21 says:

    Very good Leslie. A navel exercise as in the Battle of Trafalgar won by the French?
    I am dumbfounded. Just posted on the matter. Would welcome your thoughts. You know the way. 😉 Cheers.


    • colonialist says:

      Well, the French did manage to bump Nelson off there, and that was certainly a plus for them.
      I have mixed feelings indeed, never having been too keen on UK joining the EU – and particularly not when it took on an overload of passengers.

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      • equinoxio21 says:

        You and I understand because we live “over there”. Problem is no-one dares attend the issue of immigration. Europe has what? 400-500 million inhabitants? That is less than Africa’s entire population. Tut-tut… If all Africans decided to move up north, what would happen? My mother once suggested to a West African Colonel that we swap. Leave them Europe with all its infrastructure and all Europeans move to Africa. he said “Yes. For 25 years” “Why 25 years?” “Because in 25 years Europeans will have developed Africa and we can come back” Tut-tut-tut…


  6. Tom Merriman says:

    Very good, Col, very topical! I think we proved that wrong, however! 😉


  7. Guy says:

    I’ve never counted, but now you come to mention it…


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