The results are, regrettably in: 52 per cent of the country voted to leave the European Union despite heavy protestations from politicians, economists and diplomats around the world.
The remaining almost half of the UK - and 75 per cent of young people who voted to stay - are now forced to deal with the consequences of a decision they didn't want.
Just imagine, you've been seeing someone for a while, it's all going quite well. And then you realise that in 2016 they voted Leave. Or worse: they voted leave, and they decided they regretted it.
Those who voted remain can rest assured, though, because a new dating app catered exclusively for their ilk has emerged.
No, we're not making this up.
'Remainder' was created by "two ordinary voters who wanted to cheer everyone up after a dismal day", the website says.
Billing itself as the "dating and social app for the 48 per cent", Remainder appears to be in the development stages at the moment.
But just imagine finding a significant other to lament Brexit with over a glass of now rare-and-expensively imported French wine.
What better way to recover than hooking up with someone who shares your sense of existential dread?
indy100 has contacted the app's creators for comment.