Wheelie Bin That Looks Like Donald Trump Becomes Subject Of Photoshop Battle
Now that Donald Trump is officially president of the United States, timelines are awash with his latest act or rant on whatever has popped into his mind. To balance out the bombardment of political shitstorms, a plethora of memes, Photoshops and videos sit alongside news, bringing a breath of fresh air to what everyone is labelling the end of America.
A lot of people are happy to put very tl;dr statuses about the things Trump is doing, and about how he's ruining the country. While that's all well and good, if there's no meme, you're fighting a losing battle. No meme = no likes, mate, and certainly no reading.
The latest in a long line of Trump content is a wheelie bin that looks exactly like him, getting the Photoshop treatment.
It was originally taken in 2014, but now it's more relevant and funnier than ever.
Here's Don Trump signing another one of his regressive executive orders pic.twitter.com/BoUWwaDRax
- ᴊᴀᴍᴇs ғᴏʟᴛᴀ (@JamesFolta) January 24, 2017
As you'd expect, Reddit made great work of the Trump Trash, with Bob the Builder and Minecraft being areas of interest.
It is, of course, not the first picture related to Donald that Redditors have managed to get their hands on. Late last year after his election win he decided that he'd tell people that there's a certain image of him that he does not like and for it not to be used.
The photo, which showcases his truly terrible hair, as well as his bright orange skin, also appears to show that he's a distant relative of Jabba the Hutt.
Do NOT use this photo of Donald Trump.
He does NOT like it.
He told reporters he HATES it.
Please RETWEET. pic.twitter.com/Xjbz3PamGk
- andy lassner (@andylassner) November 28, 2016
He apparently told reporters that he would prefer if it wasn't used. So, naturally, it became very popular.
In fact, it received so much attention that it was given the Photoshop treatment it deserves, leaving the legacy behind in many different scenarios.
I guess we can all seek solitude from the fact that Trump will give us masses amounts of memes, Photoshops and videos for the next four years.
That's the great thing about the Internet - once something is on it, it's pretty much there forever. If, like everyone says he will, Trump completely fails as a president, failing to make a substantial, beneficial mark on anything, he'll be forever in history with that picture of Beyoncé performing at the Super Bowl which she tried to get rid of.
It goes without saying, but, once again, well done Internet.
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