Article by Lee Moran
And Twitter users are already suggesting some lighthearted practical jokes the outgoing POTUS could play on his successor, via @TheWeeHoursWar and @Dubzzzinyaface’s globally trending #WhiteHouseExitPranks hashtag.
It follows the wildly popular post-election Joe Biden meme, in which people imagined the vice president’s conversations with Obama during the transition.
Here are some of the best posts we’ve seen so far:
Have an actor pose as the minister of magic to explain the ongoing Voldemort war to trump #WhiteHouseExitPranks
— Donde Groovily (@DondeGroovily) November 26, 2016
— Movieman Steve (@Movieman_1970) November 26, 2016
Put hologram eyes on all the paintings that follow him around the room #WhiteHouseExitPranks
— Jim Lewis (@23Ctransit) November 26, 2016
leave a cat in the oval office with a note that says “Grab this one too!”
— Emilia🇺🇸 (@emnercessiann) November 26, 2016
Remove the ink from the pen that the president uses to sign bills with. #Whitehouseexitpranks
— M. H. (@QuiteRightLv) November 27, 2016
#WhiteHouseExitPranks keep realistic wax figures of Obama and Biden seated around the Oval Office
— Austin Morales (@TheSaltyHobbit) November 27, 2016
#WhiteHouseExitPranks switch the keys on the keyboards so that the letters on the keys don’t match what letters you type.
— Laura Strickland (@wedogeek) November 27, 2016
Take the Constitution with them. The new guys won’t be using it, anyway. #WhiteHouseExitPranks
— quinn cummings (@quinncy) November 26, 2016
Replace the carpets with astroturf #WhiteHouseExitPranks
— Jim Nauseum (@jwgagne) November 26, 2016
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