Twitter sings #StormontKaraoke as institutions face collapse
Tweets inspired by latest political developments trend in Northern Ireland
In the darkest hours of political upheaval in Northern Ireland the public, as is often the case, turn to humour.
On the social media site Twitter, the latest political developments have inspired #StormontKaraoke; providing many laughs as we wait to find out the future of the powersharing institutions.
People have been busy posting alternative song titles, band names and lyrics to sum up the unfolding situation.
It's Friday. This is Twitter. Has the time arrived for #StormontKaraoke? Do your worst with song titles, band names, lyrics etc... Go! : )— Amanda Ferguson (@AmandaFBelfast) September 11, 2015
"I knew you were trouble when you walked in" #stormontkaraoke— Kit Larks (@kitlarks) September 11, 2015
It's not funny , how we don't talk anymore #stormontkaraoke— Stephen mcpherson (@BSteviemcp) September 11, 2015
Oh! Carál I am but a fool Darling, I love you Though you treat me cruel #StormontKaraoke— Gallahers Blues (@GallahersBlues) September 11, 2015
"We, are never never never, getting back together..." #stormontkaraoke— Rob (@robhimself87) September 11, 2015
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