I am still in somewhat of a shock over the UK referendum results. I did not think - or expect - that they'd actually vote to leave, but they did, and now I am, like, whoa people.
(A little sidenote: did you know that immediately following the voting people in UK started googling terms such as "what is EU", "what is brexit" and, most amusingly, "move to gibraltar". Immediately following the voting though. Not before - after.)
And now I have witnessed a division form between generations of relatives. I have watched an elderly relative stay up all night watching the referendum results and upon seeing the Leave campaign take its win, put little Union Jack flags outside the house in celebration; other relatives in their 50's stay up until 2 am watching the results, pleased; and then I have watched people my age gawk at the results, eyes wide open, and think, "WHAT ARE YOU GUYS DOING!?"
And I do understand why any of them have voted the way they've voted. I can see their point of view.
But it doesn't mean I agree with it.