Many people are frustrated with the way this election season is shaping up, and one way to deal with frustration is with humor. That whole, “you have to laugh to keep from crying thing” that people try to convince you might actually work.
And what better place to vent your frustrations than social media, right?
We’re not taking sides here at all, but it’s safe to say that this year’s presidential election features candidates that are pretty polarizing to most in the nation. And for those candidates, every single thing they’ve ever said gets brought up at any opportunity.
Then there’s Donald Trump, who appears to not only not care that what he says might not be politically correct, but also keeps piling it on.
If you need a few examples — especially you ladies out there — here are 11 of his quotes about women turned into “inspirational” posters.
Getting something off his chest.
It's no secret that Donald Trump and Fox anchor Megyn Kelly have had a rather rocky relationship.
Amid social change all over the world, women, especially younger women, are finding themselves in political and administrative offices that would have been unattainable until recently.
You can’t go anywhere these days without seeing some kind of political sign, so much so that they all blend together after a while. That is, unless you come across one of these creative approaches to expressing their political views.
We’re nonpartisan here, but you have to admit that some of them are pretty darn clever.
Can you write in a Muggle?
Are you tired of this year’s election? Then, my Internet friend, here’s your sign — literally.
The website 16sucks.com feels your pain and wants to help you express that pain through a $30 yard sign.
One would hope that elected officials would at least have the tools to write a coherent sentence or two explaining why they should be elected to represent the people. Apparently, one’s hopes would be dashed, as one Imgur user found out by looking through the Official California Voter Info Guide that has the list of nominees for US Senate.
Each candidate got to write a paragraph about themselves and, after reading the whole thing, the user concluded that most of these people “shouldn’t be trusted with scissors, yet alone a Senate position.”
To prove his point, he got out the old red pen and did a little grading himself.
Rescue! Rescue! Rescue!
If the presidential race is good for one thing, it's skits on Saturday Night Live, which was proven once again when it reunited Seinfeld alums Larry David and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Jimmy Kimmel on Jimmy Kimmel Live is known for his Unnecessary Censorship segment, which is exactly what it sounds like.
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