New Dating App Aims To Pair Voters Heartbroken Over Brexit

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Isabella Ohlmeyer
A new dating app called Remainder allows Britons who voted to stay in the European Union to meet others in the 48 percent who opposed the Brexit decision.

The 48 percent of Britons who voted against leaving the European Union can now mend their broken hearts by joining a new dating app.

Remainder is a dating and social app that was created for devastated voters to comfort each other following the controversial Brexit decision, according to Metro.

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“What better way to recover than hooking up with someone who shares your sense of existential dread?” the Remainder site stated.

The Washington Post reported that “more than 16 million people voted to remain part of the European Union,” but it wasn’t enough to prevent the ultimate decision to leave the union. 

Two British voters created the Remainder app and thousands of people have already signed up for it.

“We thought the best way of recovering must be to go out for a few drinks with someone who’s in the same boat,” the creators wrote on their Remainder website.

There will be future events hosted by the creators of the app in cities where a large amount of people voted against Brexit. 

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