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Post-Election Therapy: Twitter Thinks of Ways Biden Could Prank Trump

Following the result of the 2016 presidential election, I dealt with the anxiety that filled my brain the way I did throughout this entire election season, and that is by turning to comedy. I mostly read Gail Collins’s columns and watch Saturday Night Live, and oh, scroll through Twitter.

Dave Chapelle’s SNL monologue helped, and so did Kate McKinnon’s “Hallelujah” tribute to Hillary Clinton’s loss, and Leonard Cohen, who passed away earlier this week. What really got me through the week was the support I saw from people across social media, specifically Twitter. I enjoyed seeing people make jokes after we had all bawled our eyes out for two days straight.

I’m here to share the highlights of this week on Twitter with you, so what follows are tweets by various people making up stories behind photos of President Obama and Vice President Biden. Back when we thought Hillary Clinton was going to be the next President of the United States, we put worrying about the Obamas leaving the White House somewhere towards the middle of the list of our concenters, but hearing the words ‘President-Elect Trump’ will make you reconsider its place on the concerns list.

May the memes help keep you sane.

VP Biden is all of us.

I’ve already hidden.

I will gladly help you get rid of all that ice cream.

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Theodora Moldovan
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Theodora is the junior editor at Affinity Magazine. Previously, she was a member of The New York Times Learning Network Student Council, and is currently an editor at Polyphony H.S., a literary magazine.

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