WATCH: Two Brexit poems were read out in the House of Commons today to celebrate Valentine's Day
You'd think that they'd have more important things to worry about.
Everyone is entitled to celebrate Valentine's Day, whatever way they please.
Be it a romantic dinner, a night on the couch with ice-cream and Netflix, or whatever you see fit. It's up to you.
And the way the MPs in Britain have decided to celebrate the occasion, is by reading out Brexit-themed poems in the House of Commons.
First up was Andrea Leadsom, the leader of the House of Commons, who's poem was a message of hope and optimism, in the face of the constant negativity that has surrounded Brexit for the past number of months.
And next was Pete Wishart, an MP who represents the Scottish National Party in the constituency of Perth and North Perthshire.
His was a little more short and sweet, saying: "Labour is red, Tories are blue. The message from Scotland is 'We're staying in the EU'.
Have a look for yourself:
“Labour is red, Tories are blue…”
Andrea Leadsom has written a Brexit poem,
and Pete Wishart has, too. pic.twitter.com/OBy3EmX2kO
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) February 14, 2019
Both poems were met with raucous cheers and hollers, which wouldn't have seemed out of place in a primary school classroom.
Ah well, at least while both Ireland and the UK are constantly in a state of stress over the looming potential of a no-deal Brexit, they can squeeze some time in for a bit of a laugh...
Fair play to them.