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The world was thrilled to find out that Joe Biden actually gets a good kick out of seeing memes documenting his bromance former US President Barack Obama. But while he's probably seen plenty on the internet, he's probably never had to sign one for an excited fan.
Some bloke managed to get the former Vice President of the United States to sign a printed-out meme with his signature. Not only that, but Mr Biden added on 'Still good friends - always be loyal."
The guy posted the now-famous piece of paper to Imgur, writing: "My Mom's business is near where Joe lives. I asked her to ask him to sign this meme if he ever came in. He is a real nice guy."
Naturally, people were pretty impressed that he managed to score an authentic signature.
One person wrote: "Now you need to get Obama's signature and complete it."
A second added: "We don't deserve Joe Biden in the same way we don't deserve dogs."
Obama: Did you replace all the toiletries with travel size bottles?
Biden: He's got tiny hands Barack, I want him to feel welcome here pic.twitter.com/e7NRIZ43Ww
- Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) November 11, 2016
Obama: Joe, where are the keys to the Situation Room?
Biden: The what?
Biden: No idea what you're talking about pic.twitter.com/z5MXYAQpb4
- Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) November 12, 2016
Obama: Trump is our next President.
- Brandon :electric_plug: (@Jus1Nyt) November 9, 2016
Biden: ...so, when Trump walks in, you duck and I sock him wit-
Obama: No, Joe pic.twitter.com/sJIejb1rEN
- Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) November 10, 2016
There were hundreds of memes that were sparked during the Obama-Biden administration, mainly because they genuinely looked like good mates.
Even the most innocuous picture could and would be turned into a double-entendre or a funny quip about their bromance.
Interestingly, the meme that this guy got signed is his favourite of all time.
If you thought Obama and Biden's bromance was good, check out Obama and Prince Harry:
Joe's daughter Ashley Biden told Moneyish her dad was completely oblivious to the Internet sensation that he was involved in. When she broke the news to him he 'sat for an hour and laughed'.
To be fair, it's hard not to giggle at some of them.
Former US President Barack Obama even acknowledged the memes' existence and paid homage to it on Mr Biden's 75th birthday. It would be hard to create an original zinger when so many have already been created - but Mr Obama didn't do too badly.
ME: Joe, about halfway through the speech, I'm gonna wish you a happy birth--
BIDEN: IT'S MY BIRTHDAY!
Happy birthday to @JoeBiden, my brother and the best vice president anybody could have. pic.twitter.com/sKbXjNiEjH
- Barack Obama (@BarackObama) November 20, 2017
Since leaving the White House, Joe was named the Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice professor at the University of Pennsylvania, focusing on foreign policy, diplomacy, and national security.
Now that we all know he's willing to sign autographs on memes, he can probably expect a line of students outside his office with tons of paper in their hands.
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