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Trump Dumps Fish Food In Koi Pond, Becomes An Instant Meme

Donald Trump is currently on a 12 day trip to Japan, and the first leg has already spawned a number of memes. While visiting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the President took part in a koi feeding ceremony at Akasaka palace in Tokyo. A photo of the feeding went viral, depicting Donald Trump pouring the contents of a traditional fish food box into the pond. Later, more photos were released of the President showing more restraint. 

The first photo was shown to be a sign of disrespect, which FOX claimed was more fake news. Fake news or not, the image has inspired quite a few amusing memes, some even featuring everyone's favorite ingredient sprinkler - Salt Bae

So who did it better? If you think these Donald memes are good, this collection of the best Trump memes will definitely be right up your alley. Whatever you think about the ceremony and how it went down, no one can deny the great moments provided by Trump and his family. Just take a look at some of Melania's best "original" quotes and decide which Trump takes the cake. 

List of funny Donald Trump koi memes.
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Dude Tries to Complain About a Terrible Sandwich on Twitter, Ends Up With an Awesome Lyrical Pun Battle Instead

Tom Dodds Tweeted at British fast food chain Pret a Manger to complain about a less than stellar sandwich he was served and got more than just good customer service in response.

picture of laughing sharks and caption about funny fish puns
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Next time you try to relax with some fish, wear more clothes. That could have ended up way worse. 

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Twitter Thread Exposing Fish Fraud Is Both Eye-Opening & Revolting

We've got some seriously bad news for fish-lovers. According to a report from nonprofit Oceana, over 20% of 449 fish that they tested were mislabeled, exposing some pretty serious "fish fraud." This is a staggering percentage, especially when considering that less than 1% of fish is tested for fraud. There's a huge chance that the expensive fish you're ordering while dining out is cheap - or even, according to this related Twitter thread from a biology professor, dangerous. There are fish out there that will hurt you to eat. And, as @AwesomeBioTA's class discovered, some of this "fish" is almost too disgusting for words.

Eye-opening twitter thread about professor doing a class on fish fraud.
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