Funny Montreal Twitter Reactions To Last Night's Quebec Elections Debate

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Funny Montreal Twitter Reactions To Last Night's Quebec Elections Debate

Round two of the provincial elections debates went down last night, and the only people more harsh to the candidates than each other were the many Montrealers on Twitter.

The city (those who weren't watching the Habs game) had some pretty sassy remarks and comments on the whole kerfuffle that was last night's debate. Here were the best:

Never forget Delmar, never forget.

@francoislegault

#VraiesAffaires

#QC2014

March 28, 2014

Hopefully we never get to that point

Couillard looks like Santa's son, a few decades & longer hair we might not call the police if we find him down chimney in living room #debat — Bruce M. Hicks (@BruceMHicks) March 28, 2014

TIL: Marois is secretly Kryptonian.

#faceaface

#qc2014

March 28, 2014

So harsh, so true.

#faceaface

#qc2014

March 28, 2014

Which is why no voting should ever be held on a Friday night

"No referendums until Quebecers are drunk - I mean - ready." (Ready for what? I dunno.) #qc2014 #faceaface — RoxyB (@FoxRoxB) March 28, 2014

You mean this was all about something else?!

It would be more interesting if the name of the show was face-off and if they all pulled off masks to reveal John Travolta. #faceaface — Darryl Levine (@darryllevine) March 28, 2014

This guy has his priorities straight

#Habs

#GoHabsGo

#qc2014

#faceaface

— Jean-Sébastien Rioux (@jsrioux) March 28, 2014

I got le wasted

— Andrew Coyne (@acoyne) March 28, 2014

Shhhhuddduuupppppp, it's supposed to be a secret!

@JaggiMontreal

#faceaface

#qc2014

March 28, 2014

At least there is one glimmer of hope.

#qc2014

#FaceaFaceTVA

— Joshua Arless (@JoshArless) March 28, 2014

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