How ‘F*ck off Scotland’ became a Scottish rallying cry amid Brexit madness


Unlike England and Wales, the majority of Scotland voted to remain in the E.U.  (Northern Ireland also voted to remain in the EU) in the 2016 “Brexit” vote. Unfortunately for Scotland, England is a larger country with more voting regions, meaning Scotland is being unhappily dragged out of the EU by its neighbors to the South.

Scotland’s highest court, consisting of three judges, recently ruled it was unlawful and unconstitutional for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to shut down parliament in order to push through a no-deal Brexit, meaning the U.K would abruptly leave the EU on Oct. 31, with no agreement on the U.K.-EU relationship going forward.

The court’s ruling upset Brexiters, or those who voted in favor of leaving the EU, thus setting off the #FuckOffScotland hashtag. 

“It’s definitely time for a Scottish Independence vote, on which ALL British citizens should be able to vote on #fuckoffscotland,” one presumed British citizen wrote.

If #Scotland don't want #brexit #LeaveEU so bloody much, why aren't they having another #referendum to leave the #UK #LeaveOct31 #fuckoffscotland

— James Green (@jimmygreen83) September 4, 2019

It's definitely time for a Scottish Independence vote, on which ALL British citizens should be able to vote on #fuckoffscotland

— Notch Johnson (@TheEUIsDone) September 11, 2019

Please ask your MP.Ditch the freeloaders.#fuckoffscotland

— Caygee (@Bedo76) September 13, 2019

Though, it seems, Scots have taken the power back from the phrase. “I think most Scottish people would be quite delighted to,” Twitter user @chris_m_h wrote.

Since Scottish courts decided that Boris Johnson’s request to the Queen to suspend parliament was illigal, #FuckOffScotland is trending amongst annoyed Brexiteers.I think most Scottish people would be quite delighted to.

— Chris Houston (@chris_m_h) September 12, 2019

I love how #Fuckoffscotland was supposed to be a thing against us and most of the posts are actually Scottish people supporting it! 😂Nae hate here. Please kick us oot. It's the only way you'll get yer Brexit lol 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿#Scotland #Brexit #ItsTime

— Andrew MacLeod (@AGIJM1) September 12, 2019

#fuckoffscotland Happy to.Yer welcome to yer insular, small minded little England that nobody gives a fuck about

— GrahamBell #DissolveTheUnion (@grazzar09) September 12, 2019

Well, seeing it’s trending and I’m Scottish, I was thinking about fucking off. #fuckoffScotland 😂😂😂😂

— Ms E (@shedgal1983) September 13, 2019

#ItsTime#DissolveTheUnion#Scotland#ScotlandIsNow #FuckOffScotland

— Annie Reid (@TorryQ) September 12, 2019

In 2014, Scotland held a referendum in which Scots voted on whether or not Scotland should become an independent country rather than being a country within the U.K.–and 55% of voters decided against Scottish independence. But, at the time, Scottish voters weren’t facing an imminent Brexit as they are today.

Many Scots pointed out that they actually did want to “f*ck off” in the form of another independence referendum in 2016, after the Brexit vote, but were shot down by the British government in 2017.

So, when you tell Scots to “f*ck off,” their answer is likely to be along the lines of, “We’re flippin trying mate,” as Twitter user @EilidhHannan put it.

Because Westminster fought so hard for a no vote in 2014 and “won’t let” us have another. For real. You guys should ask for a referendum and vote us out. #fuckoffscotland

— B1G R4Y (@RayMcG69) September 13, 2019

Oh, we asked. Got told “no”. Imagine if the EU had told you that you weren’t allowed your in-or-out referendum? #indyref2NOW #happytofuckoff

— deborah mullen (@debsmooth) September 12, 2019

We’re flippin trying mate.

— Eilidh Hannan (@EilidhHannan) September 12, 2019

Apparently #fuckoffscotland is a thing now.Where do I start?Make us? We're working on it? Ha ha, you're so adorable right now, like a puppy that's learnt to bark?There's just so much potential to this one 😂😂😂😂🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

— Stuart Forbes 🇪🇺 (@StuartForbes1) September 12, 2019

Apparently in England #fuckoffscotland is a thing. WE WOULD IF WE COULD YOU MISERABLE CUNTS

— Gavin M (@MediumGavin) September 12, 2019

Just imagine #fuckoffscotland becoming reality and all the sensible English migrating North. Standing for PM Boris, Farage, Yaxley-Lennon, the spirit of Alf Garnett. #Englishwelcome IQ 85 and over.

— Scott Bremner (@itscottyb) September 12, 2019

#fuckoffscotland is trending. England… if you love us let us go. If we don’t come back we were never yours to begin with

— NicAnndra (@NicAnndra) September 12, 2019

Living for #fuckoffscotland trending in #England. What we need is real #EnglishIndependence. FINALLY the passion of #Brexit can be channelled towards a sensible goal. #Indyref2NOW

— IndyWaterBear 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🐻 at your service. (@EmTardigrade) September 12, 2019

The Scottish Brexity yoons are crying in an Orange Lodge somewhere and the English Nationalists are in full meltdown and are have got #fuckoffscotland trending. Happy days!

— NoTimorousBeastie (@NotTimorous) September 12, 2019


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