On Thursday night, Asos's website and app crashed.
Of course, everyone was totally calm and began tweeting about whether the website was actually broken, or whether this had something to do with #Brexit.
People started discussing whether the website had crashed due to a large surge in visitors looking to take advantage of a weakening pound, or because Asos ~secretly~ closed the website to change prices.
There was fear.
Lots of fear.
International levels of fear – French people feared the Brexit would mean higher shipping costs, but maybe lower clothing prices.
Asos has strongly denied claims the crash had anything to do with Thursday's referendum, saying it was simply an IT glitch.
But we're all thinking.
BuzzFeed France also wrote about the Asos freakout here.
Rachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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