Never in the history of Twitter has a hash tag ever been so comprehensively hijacked. As one tweeter mentioned half an hour ago – they did actually see a genuine tweet – just one mind.
My favourite – it is a toss up between the Borat and the Birthday tweets. What is yours?
So if Twitter is anything to go by UKIP will be wiped out in tomorrow’s elections.
Guess we will have to wait and see if Twitter is right.
In the mean time – enjoy these
#WhyImVotingUkip Because the weather's really starting to pick up, and I don't want it ruined by gays.
— Vikki Stone (@vikkistone) May 21, 2014
#WhyImVotingUkip because buying a ticket to Somalia is expensive, why not get it free?
— Man's out ere cuz (@iamhamdi1) May 21, 2014
#whyimvotingukip because i don't want to catch islam from halal meat
— hass (@hass_txt) May 21, 2014
#WhyImVotingUkip Because I didn't like Brüno, enjoyed Borat, but Nigel Farage really is the best work Sasha Baron Cohen has done in years
— James McMahon (@jamesjammcmahon) May 21, 2014
#WhyImVotingUkip because we need a strong voice to stand up to Bongo Bongo Land and their threats to stop the flow of Um Bongo into the EU
— James Steward (@James_Steward) May 21, 2014
#WhyImVotingUkip Because British dancers deserve as much recognition as Pole dancers
— Joe Phelan (@acedece) May 21, 2014
#WhyImVotingUkip Because EU regulations insisted the captain of Star Trek: Next Generation should have a French name.
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) May 21, 2014
#WhyImVotingUkip David Cameron didn't wish me happy birthday
— Felicity Morse (@FelicityMorse) May 21, 2014
— Ross (@Another_Rosso) May 20, 2014
#WhyImVotingUkip Cos my Staropramen was flat yesterday…I MUST HAVE RECOMPENCE!!!!
— Thomas Powell (@Tomboz777) May 21, 2014
#WhyImVotingUkip Because Mr Sheen left smears on my windows and it says on the bottle that he's polish.
— Anthony Grimley (@antinbath) May 21, 2014