If we’ve learned one thing from this election, it’s not to trust Twitter. If you’d been following election news via Twitter, you’d have seen many anti-Cameron and anti-Tory trends over the last few months.
The voices on Twitter clearly aren’t representative of the British public though, with the Conservatives on their way to a majority – something nobody predicted, on Twitter or off it.
Nonetheless, “Another 5” has begun trending as people run through their vision of the dystopian future we’re facing.
I was gunna trim my beard today but it seems wrong now. maybe I won't touch it for another 5 years in protest— simon (@simoncpook) May 8, 2015
Not gonna lie, I don't think that I can do another 5 years of a government that demonises the poor & the sick. I'm going to live in Italia ✌— Frankie 💖 (@MissGhisoni) May 8, 2015
Another 5 years with Bloaty head. Great. pic.twitter.com/JDRwqqMHF4— Ted Grimes (@TedGrimesGrimes) May 8, 2015
Here's to another 5 years of austerity, neo-thatcherism and prioritising economy over the workers 🙆👍— Reece Robinson (@Reece_Robinson0) May 8, 2015
Hello to another 5 years of a party that slowly kills the poor and vulnerable, but doubles the wealth of the rich.— megs (@meg_ejones) May 8, 2015
Here's to another 5 years of food banks, homelessness, privileged rich people and a privatised health service. Well done, UK— Ryan (@RyanRW_) May 8, 2015
why are people who voted snp moaning that its another 5 years of tories?? like your vote literally done nothing to stop that— Emma (@_emmaamcalpine) May 8, 2015
You may be under a Tory government for another 5 years, but at least your not Nick Clegg under a Tory government for another 5 years.— HOBBS (@djhobbs) May 8, 2015
Just woke up, now I want to sleep for another 5 years.— hannah louise (@hannahlouisef) May 8, 2015
© Irish Examiner Ltd. All rights reserved