That "didn't go well" is also in consideration for Understatement of the Year 2017, by the way.
With the issue of the Northern Ireland border becoming the next big stumbling block of Brexit negotiations, Channel 4 News decided to ask British people on the streets if they could draw the border between the North and the Republic and what happened next is enough to make the most peaceable Irish soul rise up in Fenian outrage and march to war.
While some of the people interviewed admitted that they weren't educated on the subject which excuse their inability to draw the border, others were less apologetic.
And don't get us started on this one.
I have found the last horcrux of Brexit. If we destroy it the north is ours pic.twitter.com/nhwMzgRhGW
— Christmas Turkey Ad Ham (@RummHammm) November 28, 2017
Reaction amongst Irish people, as you can imagine, has been strong.
Before watching that video of Brits trying to draw the border / After watching that video of Brits trying to draw the border pic.twitter.com/dMMtY5EOJu
— Brian Lloyd (@BrianMLloyd) November 28, 2017
this is where some brits think the border between north and south is.
i am delighted that their country will cease to exist soon pic.twitter.com/PBJbY1BtDT
— Patrick (@PrayForPatrick) November 28, 2017
— Dli O'Doir (@dli_odoir) November 28, 2017
If Ireland wore pants would it wear them
like this ã€€ or ã€€ like this pic.twitter.com/QqnxZ4z9iy
— Conor Smith (@conorsmith) November 28, 2017
I'm Irish, a Quaker, and a pacifist. 2 days ago I was my usual self. With displays of British ignorance towards Ireland over the last 2 days I've become a ranting, raving republican. I hope this mood wears off. pic.twitter.com/rdCuUrQFOx
— Mark Coughlan (@mjc0ughlan) November 28, 2017
Brits were asked to try and draw the border for Northern Ireland pic.twitter.com/aw8Z12Ibed
— Stephen (@Stephenlough95) November 28, 2017
Brits were asked to try draw the Northern Ireland border pic.twitter.com/xwBJPOrl6T
— É¹É?Å¿Ä±ÊŒ (@jiffington) November 28, 2017
idk I thought drawing the Irish British border would be fairly straightforward? pic.twitter.com/XYHNC49qcG
— amy (@notyourMPDG) November 28, 2017