The entirety of Britain is celebrating today after learning that there are now only 58 more extensions until Brexit.
The Brexit festivities will kick off in just 58 extensions time, with many looking forward to seeing what St Boris will take away from their household.
‘Could it be workers’ rights? Could it be the NHS? Could it be my job? It could even be all three!’ said one excited Brit.
Britain will now slowly begin to decorate the nation for Brexit. This will include Union Flag bunting and figures of the baby Nigel Farage, all set on the background of a permanently grey sky.
Brexit Day itself will be celebrated with a traditional feast of gammon, eggs and chips. It will be the last of the food available to many people but at least it’ll leave them all with a warm, pinkish hue.