Good times, good vibes, yeah, kids, Dalston, cool, bucket hats, more than 1,000 followers on Instagram. This is what the kids like. This is what the kids will get.
Campaigners from the Stronger In Europe camp have produced a video with bold font, graffiti and a hashtag(!) in a bid to convince young voters to vote to remain come June 23rd.
Like most things involving the government, a place prominently run by 40-something, white, middle-class men, the vibe is somewhat off-kilter. The vibe has died. It's had its young life sucked out of it and poured into a political abyss. Millenials will, in decades to come, tell their children of how, once, back in their day there were both good vibes and good times, but no more were to be had. Not now. The young children will cry, and there will be nothing we can do to stop them.
Anyway, here's what Twitter thought.
-- Lara Prendergast (@laraprendergast) May 24, 2016
-- Sam (@Gingemeister) May 24, 2016
If we're old enough to vote, we're old enough not to be patronised... another reason why I think the #votin campaign is a disaster
-- Charlie Turner (@charlieturner_) May 24, 2016
-- Twayna Mayne (@twaynamayne) May 24, 2016
New Stronger In campaign launched to appeal to young voters pic.twitter.com/ux7cDfPYgu
-- . (@twlldun) May 24, 2016