Regrexit: Facepalm-worthy Brexit Moments in Social Media


Well done, UK. You’ve officially hit a brand-new level in intelligence ratings, though in which direction, we’d rather not say.

Time for #Regrexit.

You’re even starting to give Texas ideas with what might be #Texit. Good luck with that.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump is yet experiencing another bad case of foot-in-mouth disease with his newest tweet on #Brexit:

To which the good people of Scotland disabused him of his ill-gotten notions, and treated the rest of the world to some delightfully creative and colorful British profanity.


Tumblr ( with some posts courtesy of Facebook) also had much to say about the insanity.

Contingency plans are in motion.

There’s no shortage of #Regrexit on Twitter, too.

This man who voted Leave is aghast that his vote actually happened. Why? Simply because he thought his vote didn’t really matter, and now he’s “quite worried”. (Folks, this is what happens when you make decisions that aren’t carefully thought through. Bad things happen.)

Did people call him out? You bet.

Oh, don’t worry, worried Man on BBC. it looks like you’re in … uh… very panicked company.

The younger denomination of 18-24 year olds in the UK decried the final outcome of the vote. “A 90-year-old has more of a say in our lives than we do,” one teenager declared in the video below.

And now, a New Scotland independence referendum — a country that primarily voted “Remain” — is “highly likely”. This could be very well a new “Scexit”, this time out of the United Kingdom.

This observation, written by a commenter named Nicholas on The Financial Times‘ website, enumerates Brexit’s ‘three tragedies’ quite eloquently. 

In an Instagram post, this is what #Regretxit feels like.


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