Anyone who tried making their own 'Shooting Stars' video, or similarly involved memes, has become familiar with the importance of being able to manipulate the color green while on screen. The reason why the color is used by everything from your local news station's weather report to big budget Hollywood movies is that it's about as far as you can get from the color of human skin. Plus, nobody really wears anything that green in public.
Well, almost nobody.
Donald Trump's White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, wore the tie for Saint Patrick's Day, but that didn't stop the Internet from pinching him yet again.
In one video, that has since been viewed over 3.2 million times, someone turned his tie into white noise, the atomic bomb exploding, a video game, a scene from "The Shining," and even his own press conference.
The edit was a great edit. The best edit.
Seeing the potential of this edit, people now want more.
And not just for ol' Spicy.
The tweet spread like wildfire, and was welcomed everywhere it went.
It reminded people of the scene from "Anchorman 2" when Steve Carell's character, Brick Tamland, freaks out over not having legs due to his green pants.
There were favorites.
And now we're all just waiting for Spicer to acknowledge the edit. We know he saw it.
We should put mandatory green ties for all government employees on the ballot of 2018. I mean why not, right?
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