Definition: Brexit (verb)

Definition of brexit:

– to take the action of leaving somewhere or something, often to prove a point, even though the result of that leaving may be largely detrimental to one’s own situation.

Example 1: John and Wendy brexited the fine dining restaurant because they had waited half an hour for drinks, despite knowing full well that the only alternative in their local area was KFC.

Example 2: The UK brexited the EU due to fears over immigration and laws implemented from overseas, despite there being no independent, reliable studies indicating that the people of the UK would be in a better or equal situation.

Read my full post on the results of the UK referendum in which 51.9% of voters voted to leave the UK.

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