Here are a few that have been tweeted or shared throughout the day.
Users have been posting pictures of their dogs at polling stations, some even show the pooches dressed up in extravagant outfits, all of them getting ready for the controversial and highly debated vote. The EU referendum may have caused us to frown, but one can agree, these pups have certainly put a smile on our faces again.
"In, out, in out, you shake it all about," goes the popular children's tune. The hashtags only goes to prove that the British sense of humor has not died. Despite the bad weather and a campaign that seemed to last a lifetime, the public have kept joking. Will we be in or out of the EU tomorrow? Who knows, but one thing's for sure, the Hokey Cokey will remain timeless whatever the outcome.
This hashtag originates from #BoateyMcBoatFace, a name nominated and chosen by the British public for a polar research vessel. This hashtag is probably the funniest of them all, as people are posting pictures of their faces next to polling signs. Just like #BoateyMcBoatFace, the hashtag is taking off like wildfire.
People of Britain: I love you so much for the fact #voteymcvoteface is trending. Carry on:):) ♥♥♥— ✨Gobby Northerner✨ (@fudwedding) June 23, 2016
Probably the most politically "serious" of them all, this hashtag has taken over social media, warning against the use of pencils and urging voters to use a pen instead, to prevent — them (whoever they are) — rubbing out and changing your vote.
I voted in pencil just in case MI5 need to change it later— Brian Cox (@ProfBrianCox) June 23, 2016
Seems referendum voters in Clapton don't trust the pencils attached to voting booths pic.twitter.com/nKEbbqPeyn— Kalyeena Makortoff (@kalyeena) June 23, 2016
Now with this hashtag, Twitter users are trying to make the public aware that they should not believe the myth that pens are not allowed in polling booths.