Trump’s tweet criticising Kim Jong-un makes a lot more sense as if you read it from this perspective
This feature puts Donald Trump’s tweets a lot more into perspective.
A recent tweet by the U.S. President criticising his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong-un, makes a lot more sense once you read it in its more befitting form: a middle school insult.
“Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me ‘old’, when I would NEVER call him ‘short and fat’?” Trump wrote in a tweet on Sunday. “Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend — and maybe someday that will happen!”
Though the tweet might sound a bit immature, it makes perfect sense once you read it from this perspective:
The feature, called Make Trump’s Tweets Eight Again, is a browser extension that converts his tweets into a child’s scribble.
The browser extension, which was introduced earlier this year, is not new but seems to be extraordinarily fitting in light of Trump’s recent tweet:
The North Korean message in question that had riled Trump up had said that “reckless remarks by an old lunatic like Trump will never scare us or stop our advance.”
The message, which was sent on Saturday by the country’s Foreign Ministry, also called Trump’s Asia trip a “warmonger’s trip for confrontation.”
Trump’s comeback however, did sound pretty middle school-esque.
This reminds me of a status I would’ve posted in middle school about the girl who was mean to me… and that’s coming from someone who voted for you. 😂
— Macey King (@maceycking) November 12, 2017
it looks like a child writing on their diary after they couldn’t be friends with their classmate.
— A goddamn bitch of an unsatisfactory situation 🎲 (@WatchtheEahs) November 13, 2017
I like to start reading all his tweets by saying “Dear Becky” because it makes it seem like he and a fellow middle school mean girl are passing notes in class.
— suzanne (@Oh_Suzanney) November 12, 2017
This cannot be happening. The President of the United States of America can not be discussing diplomacy like an angry 4th grader.
— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) November 12, 2017
The extension is free for download on Google Chrome or Firefox, so knock yourselves out whilst you re-read all of Trump’s tweets again — except this time, they’ll probably make a lot more sense.