They say you can tell a lot about a person by their car. We don't know who owns or drives the car that Krang T. Nelson (seriously, Twitter, never change, these name puns are amazing...) parked next to, but the Twitterverse has collectively decided they're the absolute worst.
Things started with Twitter user @KrangTNelson posting this tweet.
For those having trouble seeing, we'll go image by image.
First up, this person has a noose hanging from their rear-view mirror.
This is the most troubling image of the three, given the recent unfortunate resurgence of the noose as a symbol of racial intimidation among white supremacists.
Next, there's a sticker depicting Trump attacking Obama.
Wrapping up the trifecta of terrible, we have a Nickelback CD.
Twitter exploded with responses.
Clearly that person enjoys the worst life has to offer in all aspects— Fat White Face (@fatwhiteface) July 23, 2017
Intellectually based and factually correct snark is the very best kind of snark. Very high quality.
Obama, you're... unable to have a 3rd term as laid out in the 22nd Amendment of US Constitution. But "fired" is a good way to put it too.— Mike Almquist (@mikealmquist) July 23, 2017
Took the words out of our mouth.
I couldn't imagine a person whose Nickelback CDs were the third-most offensive thing in/on their car.— Jim Davis (@J_MarshallDavis) July 23, 2017
One user had a not-so-subtle suggestion for Krang.
Succinct and to the point.
@Damons had a different perspective than most.
Remember: It's pain from systemic problems fueling these displays of sentiment. A person is suffering. Shame from others only hurts more.— damons (@damons) July 23, 2017
Northeast really just wants everyone to be happy.
I hope they find solidarity with a fellow nickelback fan at least. It's probably a really lonely gig.— Northeast GA DSA 🌹 (@NortheastGADSA) July 23, 2017
Is this a thing? Please let this be a thing.
Saint Krang DOES have a nice ring to it.
If you didn't key this car you should petition for sainthood.— JulieGaughran (@gaughran444) July 23, 2017