Donald Trump has finally announced that his running mate will be Mike Pence (somewhere Chris Christie is drowning his sorrows in Root Beer floats) and just a little while ago they released their official logo for the campaign. Now, it didn’t take long, but the people of the Internet have noticed something, um…suggestive about the Trump Pence logo. Let’s take a look into what the hoopla is all about.
Here’s the logo:
And here’s all of the glorious things the people of the Internet have been saying about it:
If we’re being honest, this logo does accurately reflect what Trump is doing to Mike Pence’s political career. pic.twitter.com/sW6FyAGYxm
— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) July 15, 2016
“What does the Trump/Pence logo look like?”
— Pokémanu (@ManuclearBomb) July 15, 2016
When you turn the Trump/Pence logo upside down, it literally looks like a handjob pic.twitter.com/4OLMD5H0sc
— Erin Gloria Ryan (@morninggloria) July 15, 2016
Trump: I hate gays
Pence: Yeah I totally hate gays, too
Trump: Omg we should run together
*in unison*: OUR NAMES COULD FUCK!
— spacegirl incognito (@iamspacegirl) July 15, 2016
— Adam Murray (@Atom_Murray) July 15, 2016
— Joe Myers (@joeartdotcom) July 15, 2016
Okay, is everyone’s feed full of obscene Trump/Pence logo jokes or do I just happen to follow people prone to making such jokes?
— John Moe (@johnmoe) July 15, 2016
Congrats to trump/pence for finding the one way to combine T and P without it looking like a swastika
— extremely online guy (@nickmullen) July 15, 2016
Trump and Pence’s logo doesn’t make me visualize them having sex with each other at all
— jonnifer lopez (@senderblock23) July 15, 2016
— Chris (@bizona17) July 15, 2016
Trump & Pence already have a *very* close relationship, judging by what the T is doing to the P in this logo pic.twitter.com/2QtamhRYQD
— Tim Long (@mrtimlong) July 15, 2016
— Donnacha Kenny (@TheRealDonnacha) July 15, 2016
On the other side of the presidential race, remember the time A Kid Added Hilariously Awful Text To His Snapchat Selfie With Hillary Clinton?