Why'd my dad vote leave?


#1


#2

Dads are such fucking let downs


#3

BECAUSE GREAT BRITAIN


#4

Erectile dysfunction


#5

Dads eh? Always taking back control when your back’s turned, the cheeky wee scamps.


#6

My dad didn’t FWIW


#7

My dad did, to ‘teach Cameron a lesson’. Hate him slightly for it.


#8

My old man voted remain. Pretty sure he’s going to vote Tory though. Alas.


#9

Although he occasionally gives cause for concern, he voted remain and I quite often see him slagging off Brexit, Brexit voters and the Tories on Facebook. Top dadding.


#10

Ask him


#11

Will of the people son


#12

I have no memory of mine.

I win in one sense, but lose in not having all of that dad privilege (which is an ethical win).


#13

love is bigger than politics.

This is probably going to be the last year any of us will see, there is no room for hate anymore x


#14

As if to prove my point that all Dads are let downs - I just received a voicemail from mine which was him pocket dialling me while he had a piss.


#15

My dad is a disappointment for a million reasons, but at least he’s not a leave voter or a Tory.


#16

My dad would have voted Remain and if he was eligible to vote on this one, Labour.


#17

Hope you all have better reasons than this to hate your parents.


#18

My dad was LD for years until the coalition situ decked it hard. I was super worried that he’d head right(er) out of misguided disenfranchisement but he’s so oddly protective of my wife and her family as Europeans that he’s now gone full pro-EU solid-but-not-commie left awesome


#19

Left when I was 8 to pursue an affair, rarely sends so much as a birthday card while maintaining regular contact with my sister, I travelled 8,000 miles to where he lives and he ignored my calls and emails until after I had flown back. That good enough?


#20

I’m very sorry about that and I’m going to assume that you don’t really believe that not voting Tory justifies that.