Ever since companies started coming out against Scottish independence there have been calls for boycotts among Yes voters.
This afternoon Jim Sillars, the SNP's former deputy leader, called for a boycott of stores such as John Lewis which have warned about the increased costs of independence, while also suggesting oil firm BP should be nationalised and pledging a "day of reckoning" for banks who support the union in the case of independence.
More and more companies are coming out against independence, in part following a plea by David Cameron. But pretty much every major shop, business or broadcaster has been threatened with a boycott by someone, somewhere, at some point:
1. John Lewis is being threatened with a boycott after it warned prices could rise after independence.
2. Yes supporters are ready to boycott Waitrose supermarkets and their free coffee.
3. Sainsbury's is on the list after the company's former chief executive spoke out against independence.
4. ASDA supermarkets are definitely for the chop.
Some people are threatening to move their shopping from ASDA to Tesco.
5. But others are *already* boycotting Tesco after it said it would move its banking division south of the border.
6. BP is in line for a boycott.
7. As is Royal Bank of Scotland.
8. Along with Lloyds.
9. Oh and TSB, which used to be part of Lloyds.
10. Clydesdale bank is in the line of fire.
11. As is insurance and investment fund Standard Life.
12. Convenient DIY superstores are on the boycott list.
13. Tunnock's tea cakes are never, ever to be eaten after the company came out against independence.
14. The BBC and all who sail in it has to go.
15. Sky News is in the firing line.
Prompting some people to call on people to switch providers from Sky to Virgin.
16. Unfortunately Richard Branson has now come out against independence, meaning Virgin is now also the subject of a boycott.
17. In fact, why not just boycott everything.
Although even Yes supporters start to wonder whether there's anything left that isn't boycotted.
Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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