Britain hit by massive egg shortage after Brexit voters begin wearing them on their faces
Britain has been hit by a massive shortage of eggs after the faces of millions of Brexit voters have become covered by them.
Roughly 17 million chicken eggs are being worn on the faces of Brexit voters now that it’s become crystal clear that they made the wrong choice.
“I’m so ashamed of what I did,” one anonymous Brexit voter told us. “All I can do is cover my face in egg to hide from the shame.”
While some Brexit voters wear the egg on their face in shame, others are doing so with pride.
“This is a good, old-fashioned British egg laid by a British chicken. Having British egg on my face is exactly what I voted for,” said one liar.
But the Brexit voters might be the lucky ones; while they have egg on their face, Remain voters are faced with the prospect of having no eggs in their fridges or cupboards.
“Wait. Do some people keep eggs in their fridges? That’s obscene. They last just as long in the cupboard and they taste better for it. We must stop this madness the only way Britain knows how; with a referendum!” said Nigel Fowlrage, former leader of the UCLUCK Party and current leader of the Breggxit Party.