These people volunteered themselves for a good old fashion roast. But I'll bet even they weren't ready for these burns.

We can smell the sizzling from here.

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At the Golden Globes last night, Meryl Streep, the three time Oscar-winner, gave a rousing acceptance speech about what Hollywood, foreigners, and the press are in for under the rule of a billionaire reality-TV gameshow host.

Needless to say, President-elect Trump didn’t find it so great. Apparently, he doesn’t like people bringing up the time he made fun of a reporter’s disability.

Ew, boy.

Anyway, Trump hit Twitter hard last night, putting aside all that presidential stuff to call Meryl Streep, who won the Cecil B. Demille Life Time Achievement Award last night, "over-rated." Sad!

via @realDonaldTrump

Twitter wasn’t too psyched to hear the beloved actress referred to as “overrated,” so they decided to think of some other things that Trump might find overrated.

Check out some of the best #ThingsTrumpThinksAreOverrated

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Well, it's official. Ryan Reynolds is Deadpool IRL.

The dudes twitter is a goldmine for quips, one liners and hilarious reflections on reality.

So it's with our pleasure we present to you:

The God-King of Twitter.

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Note to self: “Hidden Fences” is not a movie.

Last night at the Golden Globes, people couldn’t get their movie titles right, particularly when they were talking about Fences and Hidden Figures. Both reporter Jenna Bush Hager and Oscar-nominee Michael Keaton flubbed on the title, combining them. Just so you're aware: Fences is a movie, Hidden Figures is a movies, but "Hidden Fences" is not a movie.

Twitter isn’t letting them get away with this, though. This is the perfect opportunity to mash up some other movies. The results are amazing. Check some out:

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