At the beginning of September, a new Twitter hashtag emerged, #whytrumpblockedme. People used it to point out the last straw that caused them to get blocked on Twitter by Donald Trump. And the reasons were plentiful.
Sure, the photo on the left depicts Frankenstein's monster. However, that's just a fictional character portrayed by actor Boris Karloff. So saying that it's a picture of two monsters would be technically inaccurate.
Sure, but do Trump University certificates have the softness necessary for comfortable toilet paper? And would bears choose one of the certificates over, say, Charmin tissues? We're guessing the answer is no, so real toilet paper is still more useful.
Posting this picture gives you a decent shot at getting blocked by Trump. However, it's probably even more likely that this picture will get you blocked by the guy from A Flock of Seagulls. Neither one is likely to take this as a compliment.
Nobody likes that feeling of getting rejected. And sometimes, when someone turns down your request to perform an intimate act, it can be pretty awkward. Blocking that person may be the best way to cope with a delicate situation.
Most of the reasons for Trump blocking them seemed pretty legit. A few, on the other hand, were most likely fibs. But either way, who can't relate to wanting to block someone because they never give you one of those sweet, sweet retweets?
And although some examples of the hashtag were from people making silly jokes about the president, others were much more serious. It's one thing to block someone who compares Trump's hair to A Flock Of Seagulls. It's another thing to block a group veterans who criticize your behavior.
Some Twitter users are even suing Trump for blocking them on the website. The issue? They say that, since he uses Twitter to make official presidential statements, blocking people from expressing dissent is a violation of their freedom of speech.
Perhaps all problems within the current administration could be solved if Trump watched the Indiana Jones movies. Or at least all of them except for Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull. Watching that won't be helpful to anybody.
Trump apparently wasn't too happy about someone reminding him of the existence of "Covfefe." But Trump should probably be grateful whenever someone brings that up. After all, "Covfefe" is perhaps the one thing he's done that everyone can agree is delightful.
Trump blocking people on Twitter may not be the best movie, but it's somewhat understandable. But what would be even more understandable is if people block Trump...from entering pageant changing rooms.
Meanwhile, some people felt just a bit left out on all the fun. As much as they criticize Trump, he still hasn't gotten around to blocking them. Perhaps the president just needs to cut back on golf, just a little, so he can spend more time blocking people.