Trump’s Win: Top 20 responses on social media

The internet blew up, your whatsapp groups went mental and the first words to leave your mouth were probably WTF. There was definitely a feeling of uncertainty and despair in the air when you walked into work yesterday, and to think us Brits were only just starting to get over the blow of Brexit.

We think it’s fair to say the world is shocked. Some say they knew he was going to win, most say the impossible just became possible. Whatever your stance is on Trump’s victory, yesterdays result will go down in history as one of the most unpredictable, controversial and shock to the system (in every sense) things to happen in our time.

Every cloud does have a silver lining though, and yes, this lining is only visible if you squint really hard, but hey, its there and it’s all over your social media. The small pleasures we get from memes, tweets and other hilarious bits of media are what probably got you through the day.

Heres our top 20:


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It’s Europe’s vision but is it Britain’s?

Almost one week ago, we all gathered at our friend’s houses, dressed in gowns and beards, drank wine and celebrated an old tradition, Eurovision. Some acts were original:Screen Shot 2015-05-28 at 13.06.23 and some were sending a very strong message… Screen Shot 2015-05-28 at 13.10.47

Some didn’t belong there, geographically:

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But all in all, we can say one thing for certain, Britain still sucked.

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Lack of movements on stage, a seemingly American song and some of the worst costumes or space suits we’ve ever seen, all bunched together to make us ask a very important question, are they doing this on purpose?

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Is it time for Britain to retire the frilly dresses and bland lyrics? Are we ready to move out of our parent’s house yet? With the referendum coming up soon (yes, two years), are we ready to let go of “hello Europe” drinking games, and mid song costume changes?

We don’t think so, seeing as the UK was the country who tweeted about Eurovision the most.

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By most, we really mean most.

So are we just talking about how cringe worthy we are, or are we thriving off something bigger here, big enough to make us stay?

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Nope. We just love to comment on everything. Bring on next year, it may be our last!