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A Cat Called Brexit

That France’s EU minister has amusingly named her cat ‘Brexit’ sums up what a joke this whole process has become


Some say (and the ladies amongst you might not agree) that you should never trust a woman with a cat. The Pendle Witches supposedly bricked them into walls and Theresa May inherited one when she moved into Downing Street.


Now, with news that France’s EU minister has named her cat ‘Brexit’ because: “He wakes me every morning meowing to death because he wants to go out, and then when I open the door he stays put, undecided, and then glares at me when I put him out,” we’ve heard it all.


Perhaps, soon, this funny little creature might be in for either a trip to the knackers yard (or more pleasantly a name change to ‘Remainer’).


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2 comments on “A Cat Called Brexit”

  1. Maybe they should use the cat to make a decision and show some leadership. He seems to have a purrfect life at number 10.

  2. Haha. This is quite funny and you should always trust a woman with a pussy. The Pendle Witches bricked them into walls? How wicked! Poor cat ? A cat called Brexit however will be far luckier.

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