These 18 Tweets Perfectly Capture All Our Brexit Feelings


Britain's vote to leave the European Union, a move known as Brexit, rocked the global political and economic sphere Friday.

The British pound plunged to a 30-year low on news that 52 percent of voters chose to exit the EU. The vote was split by demographics, with 75 percent of people aged 18-24 saying after the balloting that they had voted to stay

In 140 characters or less, Twitter users expressed their feelings about the decision with over 2 million tweets, many reflecting dismay. Even Lindsay Lohan added her two cents

Read 'em and weep, either from laughter or hopelessness for the future of our world.