Scotland has been gripped by the independence referendum today and that has been reflected in the online world with #indyref dominating Twitter.
From politicians to first time voters, thousands of people have had their say online and we take a look at some of the best of them.
First up Alex Salmond and Ruth Davidson posted a couple of somewhat predictable tweets.
— Alex Salmond (@AlexSalmond) September 18, 2014
— Ruth Davidson (@RuthDavidsonMSP) September 18, 2014
While plenty of voters, on both sides have followed Salmond and Davidson’s lead.
— lauren (@lauren_crilley) September 18, 2014
Meanwhile this piece of KFC chicken appears to be backing an independent Scotland.
This piece of KFC chicken shows a UK without Scotland… Predicting a yes vote for Scottish independence. pic.twitter.com/7YTkhPxP1N
— Mounir 🌹 (@MounirLynch) September 18, 2014
The vote may have only been granted to those 16 and older but that has not stopped younger Scots having their say.
— Humza Yousaf (@HumzaYousaf) September 18, 2014
Some people weren’t able to get out themselves to cast their vote but there has been plenty of helping hands.
'Big Up' to all the Scottish nurses and carers wheeling the elderly in wheelchairs to the polling stations to vote pic.twitter.com/sVNcpN17H4
— 🎵🎶HobNob🎶🎵 (@A201057) September 18, 2014
And finally, people in Wales are hoping for a Yes vote so they can play a bigger part in the Union Jack flag.
the only reason i want Scotland to vote yes is so we can have a flag with a dragon in it pic.twitter.com/bABLlFa6AV
— megan🇪🇺 (@deafknox) September 18, 2014