Find Someone Who Looks At You The Way Theresa May Looks At Trump
Donald Trump landed in the UK yesterday - his first time in the country as US President. As you'd imagine, his appearance has attracted a fair bit of attention, prompting (among many things) a giant 20ft baby blimp to be floated above Parliament Square as part of a huge protest.
But over on social media, it's also triggered a new meme, which involves a certain current British prime minister - who has been pictured looking positively smitten with her new guest.
That's right, folks, the only relationship advice that matters right now is that you have to find someone who looks at you the way Theresa May looks at Trump. What a gaze.
One person tweeted: "What a picture. @flotus is planning to jump ship, PM making kitten eyes at @potus while her husband is wondering what's for dinner. Bet this picture makes it onto the cover of Private Eye."
Another wrote: "I think I can hear Dusty singing 'The Look of Love'."
Someone else simply said: "ABBA have seen better days."
Another Twitter user re-jigged the lyrics to Atomic Kitten's 'Whole Again', writing: "Looking back on when we first met, I cannot escape and I cannot forget, Donald, you're the one, You still turn me on, You can hold my hand again".
"Almost winking at the big man for a trade deal," someone else wrote.
Sadly, a video of May appearing to dodge a handshake from the US President makes it look like the affection may have been fleeting:
While he's in the country, it seems Trump's going to have to swerve the thousands of people who are busy taking to the streets to protest against him.
A big part of the protests against Trump is the aforementioned giant Trump Baby, a 20ft orange blimp depicting the world leader as a crying baby - something that's clearly hurt his feelings.
Speaking to the Sun, Trump revealed that he'd been warned about the Trump baby blimp that would be flying above Parliament Square, saying: "I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London.
"I used to love London as a city. I haven't been there in a long time. But when they make you feel unwelcome, why would I stay there?"
D'awww, the poor fella.
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