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People Are Trolling the Shit Out of Donald Trump After His St. Patrick's Day Tweet

Donald Trump's kept it pretty low key on Twitter in recent days. That didn't stop him from penning a little St. Paddy's Day sentiment though. If only he'd spell checked before sending it off though. Then again, would we expect anything less than this from the guy with a wide-reaching, well-developed reputation already for spelling shit in his own language incorrectly?

Yeah, yeah, we know. Here are some Trump Memes to smooth it over.

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31 Hilarious Tweets From the Comedy Geniuses of Twitter

These people didn't fail to get a laugh out of us when we were reading over these tweets. This truly is some Twitter comedy gold. The only unfortunate thing is the limit of characters. Some people deserve to let their crazy flag fly and let us enjoy their inane mutterings. So Cofefe your way through the day with these amazing funny tweets.

Funny Tweets from Twitter that will help you appreciate online humor | Person - Ron Futrell @RonFutrell My wife asked why carried gun around house told her: fear CIA. She Laughed laughed Amazon Echo Laughed shot Echo amazon
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In case you've been living under a rock for the past week or simply don't enjoy wildly depressing news stories, the man pictured at the top is Luka Magnotta, 29, a Canadian self-professed gay adult film star who murdered a Chinese student in his apartment, uploaded a video of it to the internet, decapitated the body, and sent various body parts to, among other places, the Canadian Conservative and Liberal Party headquarters.

On June 4, Magnotta was arrested in Berlin, but not before the Montreal Gazette posted a picture of the deranged killer on its website drinking a Labatt Blue.

Harmless? Not according to Labatt, who subsequently threatened to sue the Gazette if they did not remove the image. Labatt associate general counsel Karen Sullivan had this to say to the newspaper:

"As I am sure you can understand, this image is highly denigrating to our brand, and we are disturbed that this image remains on your site despite repeated requests and the many images available of this person."

Labatt later dropped the case, but not before the internet got a hold of the story. The result? A Twitter tag called #newlabattcampaign. Some of the finer examples of slogan suggestions are pictured above. Just another example of when you're dealing with the internet, it's best to just let sleeping dogs lie.