A: I don’t know, they never really thought about it
A: We got on perfectly well before lightbulbs
A: We use the old lightbulb for two years as an implementation period to get used to the dark
A: We don’t need lightbulbs, we had an Empire, on which the sun never set!
A: We want our old friends from the #Commonwealth to have an equal chance to change our lightbulbs for us!
A: We have people from around the world queuing to change our lightbulbs
A: 17.4 m. people and Putin to enjoy the experience
A: It’s not all about lightbulbs, it’s about sovrinty!
A: We just want the chance to change our own lightbulbs ok?
A: I don’t know. We never expected it to fail
A: We don’t have to change it. We have technology for an ‘invisible lightbulb’ in the near future.
A: If we all gather round the bulb while holding it tight, strongly believe in our country, the world will revolve around us and the bulb is changed as by magic!
A: We don’t actually physically have to change the lightbulb. Proven technology exists to inspect and change the lightbulb away from the actual location. It’s all done by computer!
A: We don’t really know, but U.K. Parliament have set aside 5 days of debate before Christmas and five days in the new year to have a meaningful debate and vote about it!
A: Lightbulbs? Nah...screw them...we got passports....Blue passports!
A: If you think we don’t know how to change a lightbulb in England, that’s very patronising to our working class you know!
A: Alright, you’re blocked! Go back to your own country!
Hello! The lightbulb wasn’t broken. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!
We have seen of course steady improvements in lightbulb efficiency and like such EU LED steady progress.
We don’t understand Leavers are incandescent.