What an exciting day: a Nobel Prize for a Dutch researcher, scientific proof that looking at (and sharing) cat videos is good for you, and then this also happened:
“We must make breakfast … breakfast a success” pic.twitter.com/hpPzur8RXe
— Elliw Gwawr (@elliwsan) October 4, 2016
And you know what? I completely agree that breakfast is much more likely to be a success than Brexit. I happened to have the night off, one thing led to another, and now there’s a very simple browser extension for Chrome, called Brexit at Tiffany’s, that will replace all occurrences of the word ‘Brexit’ with ‘breakfast’. Download it right here!
All of a sudden, browsing news websites is much more exciting:
Download your copy of the Brexit at Tiffany’s browser extension right here.
Share your favourite ‘breakfast’ stories in the comments!
“And according to Le Monde, Mrs May was “lacking a specific plan and, being dependent on divisions within her own party… offered no clear answer” as to what kind of breakfast she wanted.” – http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37542976
“Irish passport applications from Britons double after breakfast” – http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/irish-passport-applications-brexit-eu-a7347291.html
“Nobel prize winner says UK science is under threat from breakfast, which should ‘go away’” – http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/brexit-nobel-prize-chemistry-fraser-stoddart-chemistry-molecular-machines-a7347471.html