y fiancé's favorite Simpsons joke is from the "Itchy and Scratchy Land" episode when the helicopter pilot is taking the Simpsons to the park and he says, "Nothing can possib-lie go wrong. Uh, possibly go wrong. Huh. That's the first thing that's ever gone wrong."
Anyway, don't know why I was thinking of that particular joke — oh wait, yes I do. Donald Trump's State of the Union address hasn't even happened yet and all the things that can possib-lie go wrong are already going wrong.
News reporter Josh Robin asked us if we could spot the mistake on this ticket for Donald Trump's State of the Union address.
The speech is happening tonight, January 30, at 9 p.m. EST.
And if the speech is anything like the tickets distributed for it, it promises to be a hot mess.
You see, as Marco Rubio pointed out, "State of the Union" was misspelled on the invitation to the State of the Union.
If you were actually looking forward to a “State of the Uniom,” well, you’d be in luck. But nobody is looking forward to that. Because a “Uniom” is not a thing.
Republicans decided to recall the tickets and reissue ones with the correct spelling, but c’mon guys! It’s too late for all that. Why not save the paper? Everyone already knows you messed up.
If I’m being completely honest, I’d rather see a State of the Uniom address. I know the State of the Union is bad, but the State of the Uniom? I have no idea what condition the Uniom is in!
Obviously, this minor mistake has been covered mercilessly by a mocking media. But who should we actually aim our vitriol toward?
We know Donald Trump is to blame for the state of the union. But who is at fault for the “State of the Uniom”? Who actually made the fatal typo?