I know what your European "Friends" are up to
Started by Nice Fred, 6th August 2019 11:15 in Brexit Forum

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    The eurotwats are refusing to reopen negotiations, not because they want either a better deal, or even to keep the pathetic May one, but they're hoping their paid off stooges and idiot remain traitors will stop Hero Boris if there looks like no option except no deal.

    What great European "friends" you have - The quicker you escape - the better
    I'm a low educated, total guttersnipe, dim witted moron.
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    Why is the EU's responsibility? They didn't call the referendum, they didn't vote in it. We're stamping our little feet like spoiled brats, hoping they'll bend over backwards and change their entire model to accommodate our demands (once we've worked out what those demands are, since nobody seems to know after three years).

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    Chris Mitchell
    They didn't call the referendum, they didn't vote in it.
    You forgot - "There wasn't a vote to enter the EU"
    I'm a low educated, total guttersnipe, dim witted moron.

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    Nice Fred
    You forgot - "There wasn't a vote to enter the EU"
    That's true, and there should have been. I'm not saying that we had no right to leave - of course we did. However, if I resign from my local gym but still want to use their equipment, it's up to me to make an offer that they like, not up to them to come up with various proposals to appease me that will disadvantage their members.

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    Chris Mitchell
    That's true, and there should have been. I'm not saying that we had no right to leave - of course we did. However, if I resign from my local gym but still want to use their equipment, it's up to me to make an offer that they like, not up to them to come up with various proposals to appease me that will disadvantage their members.
    Do you go to the gym Chris?

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    Do you go to the gym Chris?
    I used to about 20 years ago, but I Gexited when I realised I hated it, and the 250 calories I allegedly burned off were counteracted by the 1500 calorie lunch I needed afterwards. I told the bastards I wanted to use their sauna and pool without paying for it, and stuck my heels in, and they still said no. I'm sure they wouldn't have dared tell Fred "no", though.

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    Chris Mitchell
    However, if I resign from my local gym but still want to use their equipment,
    You have it wrong - Europe wants the UK's money, not the other way round.
    Its very up to the EU if they want to survive to spend other people's money
    I'm a low educated, total guttersnipe, dim witted moron.

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    Nice Fred
    You have it wrong - Europe wants the UK's money, not the other way round.
    Its very up to the EU if they want to survive to spend other people's money
    Yes, and the gym wanted my money. In return, they gave me free access to their gym. Eventually, I decided I didn't want it. But I didn't whine that the gym were being mean.

    That's pretty much what we've done with the EU - we paid them, we got access, the voters decided we didn't want it. And now you're whining because the EU won't suddenly beg for a new deal. The EU won't collapse if we leave. Similarly, I believe the gym I left is still in business.

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    NO

    Did the gym demand you carry on paying for years after you left?
    I'm a low educated, total guttersnipe, dim witted moron.

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    The gym didn't give all your money away to beggars, and didn't want you to keep paying so they could carry on doing it.
    I'm a low educated, total guttersnipe, dim witted moron.

 


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