No one likes the European Union.
It's a bloated, bureaucratic institution lacking in common sense. It's a frustrating fortress of red tape, complications and vested interests that puts banks before people. It's like an ivy league university which rewards the preppy fraternity but conducts hazing and bullying on the southern, street smart constituents who don't have the financial cred but have the swagger in spades.
It's like the political equivalent of a call centre, voice activated menu. You know, when you have to shout and repeat things about a million times and in the end you get cut off or transferred to some annoying millennial who assures you that despite you already having been on the phone for half an hour, you have to wait again while he/she transfers you to another department.
So Britain in all its wisdom as decided it wants nothing to do with it. The complex, legal, humanitarian and financial sides of it. It will of course want to keep its financial sway in some way. Yes, yes, the pound has dropped to its lowest level in 31 years. But that shit always blows over, so don't get all hysterical like the media want you to.
There will be silver linings for some Britons... probably for those who work in small businesses who, once the exit is organised, won't have to pander to the EU's stifling economic and business laws.
Travel to and from Britain between the EU nations might also mean that duty free shopping will come back in fashion again. Nifty.
And Britain's economic malaise will be resolved over night. Jobs will go back to Brits, no one will have to mutter the word 'Brussels' ever again, let alone travel to it, and the Brits who voted to exit can continue visiting the continent and trashing its capitals when there's a footy match in town.
I'm saddened by the decision, but it's not going to be the end of the world, especially seeing as Britain has always had a revolving door policy when it comes to Europe. Today we're a part. Now we're apart. Then the cycle repeats itself again.
And Europeans need not worry. They're still going to have great beaches, great weather, those small little Coke cans which are perfect when you just need a couple of sips and not diabetes, cheap alcohol without the endemic violence binge drinking brings, and, of course, Eurovision. You made the wrong decision Britain!!!!