And you are probably the only one left who actually thinks we send 350 million a week to the EU.
EU spending on the UK in 2016 was forecast to be £4.5bn, making our net contribution £8.6bn.
However, there would have been caveats attached by the EU as to what their kind "donation" to the UK could be spent on (not to mention the losses to a bloated bureaucracy in admin costs of transferring a wedge and then being given some of it back for various projects "paid for by the EU").
Not for the first time today it could possibly be light-heartedly likened thus:
Last week I mugged a Remainer and helped myself to £252 from his pocket. He promptly burst into tears and blubbed and whined and I took pity on him and gave him a little over a third of it back. However, it was on the condition that he only spent it on the things I said he could spend it on, and each thing he bought with it had to have my picture next to it with a caption saying that it was actually me that paid for it. We both thought this such a good wheeze that we decided we would meet up at the same spot every week and repeat the exercise.