Think of this as a public service announcement.
According to the official website of The White House, all tweets sent to (or from) an official government account are archived. As in, forever. While I’m not saying that there will be ramifications to asking the President of The United States if he wants to “smoke a blunt and listen to Kanye,” I’m not saying there won’t be, either.
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Remember, the internet is an über-efficient archival tool and while you think it’s hilarious to throw around racial slurs (omitted from this post – but the sheer number of these is overwhelming), joke about murder, or just ask some of the most mind-numbingly dumb questions on the planet now, you might regret this one day.
Or, The President could take you up on that offer to smoke out and listen to Kanye. What am I; a fortune teller?
So what are people talking about now that they have (almost) direct contact with The President?
Woke up from another sex dream about @POTUS – I'm sorry/you're welcome, sir.
— Mariya Alexander (@MariyaAlexander) May 19, 2015
Lots of sex
Hello @POTUS I had sex with your wife.
— sean (@sean516) May 18, 2015
You wanna smoke a blunt and listen to Kanye? @POTUS
— joey☭Ⓐ (@LordShockwave) May 18, 2015
Seeing the sights in DC
Soundcloud, and dating his daughter
Subtle follow back recommendations
Follow back bitch😒 @POTUS
— Troy (@thopps13) May 19, 2015
Asking the important legislative questions
@POTUS can you pass a law that reduces concert ticket prices by 90%
— ㅤㅤㅤ (@Ianadelrh) May 18, 2015
Or, not so important.
— President Obama (@POTUS44) May 18, 2015
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