There are very few things that the entire country can agree on; one of these things is that President Donald Trump undeniably loves Twitter. He literally can't stop, and won't stop, tweeting and it's truly become his primary way of communicating with the public (which means his constituents made up of his supporters and, yes, his "haters").
And while the tweets almost always tend to make headlines, there's one aspect of some of Trump's tweets that has boggled the minds of many Twitter users: The seemingly random quotation marks that Trump puts around words. If you've seen a Trump tweet (and if you haven't, please allow us to join you at the blissfully ignorant rock you have clearly been living under), you know that he likes to throw in random capitalization, non-sensical quotation marks, and lots and lots and lots of punctuation.
Here are a couple of examples:
But what if the words in quotes weren't actually random at all? What if they had deeper meaning, and they were all a part of some sort of master plan?
That's basically the gist of this theory dreamt up by one Twitter user; see, he has a mind-blowing theory:
Let's take a closer look at those words in quotes:
In case the joke went over your head, the words in quotes are the opening lyrics of the 1999 hit song "All Star," by Smash Mouth.
While the tweets are real, Twitter hero @DannyPage photoshopped them to put quotes around the words needed to complete the song lyrics.
Not everyone on Twitter got it:
But those who did were truly impressed.
Well, most of them.
Perhaps Trump and Smash Mouth have been working together this whole time to raise awareness of a greater issue.
Consider your mind blown.
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