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9 EU law memes to distract you from the shocks of the referendum

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Remembering unpronounceable case names? Those were the days

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Today, the UK voted to leave the European Union.

It was a sad day for law students across the country, who have generally taken a pro-Bremain stance throughout the fierce political campaign.

But don’t go crying into your Craig and de Búrca textbooks just yet. A countdown of our top 9 favourite EU law memes might just lift your spirits.

1. EU law case names, my favourite

EU law 🔫

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2. ):

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3. The referendum results come in and…

Lawkward #eu

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4. Hipster EU lawyer

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5. Sneaky

Internationale Handelsgesellschaft what????

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6. At least we didn’t vote to leave the EU! Oh wait…

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7. It’s coming

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8. Costa v ENEL, we’ll never forget you

EU law is taking over my life 😷

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9. My favourite

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9 Comments

Trumpenkrieg

Cry more, cucks.

(4)(10)

European

Heh, the irony.

I sincerely hope you’re the first to be laid off once your employer announces Brexit-related redundancies, you obtuse, jingoistic piece of dumb shit.

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Anonymous

The anger and hate from Remainers is revealing – it’s the first time they haven’t had their way. The current system works for you. This may be a case of the poor inflicting self-harm in order to inflict a little bit of harm on the metropolitan elite.

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Anonymous

It’s a good thing that the Brexiters are such beacons of calm and maturity. I need only refer you to “Cry more, cucks”, not two comments above yours.

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Anonymous

This might be the most retarded thing I’ve read all day long. You do realise that this self-harm you speak about will be several magnitudes worse for the poor right? I wonder who’ll they decide to blame then.

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Anonymous

The irony of someone supporting a movement that will result in the UK being forced to undertake more onerous regulations with absolutely no say in their formation calling other people “cucks” is astounding.

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Anonymous

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/131215 overturn the undemocratic referendum that was based on propaganda and poorly educated emotion

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Pro Bremainer

What a load of tosh!

I didn’t like the result, but I think it’s a bloody cheek for sore losers to demand a second referendum.

The terms were clear, and the turnout was higher than at a general election.

It’s like losing a football match and then demanding a replay with the rules changed in your favour.

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Anonymous

I should think that a vote wherein people actually have some idea of what they’re voting for would be in everyone’s interests.

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