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47of74

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After all there are so many other good things to refer to him by.  Such as Shit Gibbon, Agent Orange, Agent Fornicate Face, Orange of Stupid, Agent Ferret Face, Herr Orange, der Trumpenfuehrer, the Orange Toxic Megacolon, Tangerine Toddler, and so on.

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catlady

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i can't call him by name either (Tiny-Fingered ShitGibbon is my favorite, but i use Orange Monster the most).  i have a hard time reading my local newspaper because i can't stand to look at his stupid smug grin; i've taken to putting post-its over his photos.  he's the only person i've ever truly wanted to punch.

i once got immature and drew devil horns on Ivanka....made me feel better.

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

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I can't use "President" and his last name in the same sentence. Also, I can't look at him (television usually) and listen to him at the same time. If I want to hear what he said (ugh), I have to look at something else.

I finally get how people can hang on to political grudges (for lack of a better term) for their whole lives. When people would get violently animated about Nixon 30 years after Watergate, it seemed a little excessive. Now I understand.

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clueliss

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I had a hard time watching the apprentice because I didn't like him before he went all political.  He's loud.  He yells. 

Hannity is another one that yells and talks over people all the time that I can't watch or listen to either.  It's not the politics - it's the level of self-centered rude.  

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pook

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I have a really hard time looking at him or any member of his family for that matter.  In fact, my son is taking trumpet lessons and I have a post-it note on my desk at work to remind me of his weekly lesson that says "Trumpet Wed. 6:30" and this triggers me EVERY SINGLE DAY!

 

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PennySycamore

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On 4/1/2017 at 5:07 PM, pook said:

I have a really hard time looking at him or any member of his family for that matter.  In fact, my son is taking trumpet lessons and I have a post-it note on my desk at work to remind me of his weekly lesson that says "Trumpet Wed. 6:30" and this triggers me EVERY SINGLE DAY!

 

A cornet is not quite the same as a *****et, but it's very similar.  You could change the post-it to say Cornet, Wed 6:30 or Flugelhorn, Wed 6:30 or Bugle, Wed 6:30  or Horn, Wed 6:30 or even *****et, Wed 6:30.

Frequently, people who play brass instruments just refer to their instruments as "the Horn" anyway.

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Lurker

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I have seen the use of Cult 45 and also Hair Twitler.    

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onekidanddone

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On 3/24/2017 at 4:21 AM, WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo? said:

I can't use "President" and his last name in the same sentence. Also, I can't look at him (television usually) and listen to him at the same time. If I want to hear what he said (ugh), I have to look at something else.

I finally get how people can hang on to political grudges (for lack of a better term) for their whole lives. When people would get violently animated about Nixon 30 years after Watergate, it seemed a little excessive. Now I understand.

I'm not over it.  I'll never be over it. I'm mainly talking about Orange Shit Stain, but Nixon, George Wallace.. oh the list goes on.  I must not be a very nice person.

On 3/23/2017 at 0:11 PM, 47of74 said:

After all there are so many other good things to refer to him by.  Such as Shit Gibbon, Agent Orange, Agent Fornicate Face, Orange of Stupid, Agent Ferret Face, Herr Orange, der Trumpenfuehrer, the Orange Toxic Megacolon, Tangerine Toddler, and so on.

Orange Julius Caesar 

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47of74

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On 4/1/2017 at 4:07 PM, pook said:

I have a really hard time looking at him or any member of his family for that matter.  In fact, my son is taking trumpet lessons and I have a post-it note on my desk at work to remind me of his weekly lesson that says "Trumpet Wed. 6:30" and this triggers me EVERY SINGLE DAY!

 

Yeah when we play euchre we have trump cards, and of course I think of the Orange Shithead right away.  Ugh.

23 hours ago, PennySycamore said:

A cornet is not quite the same as a *****et, but it's very similar.  You could change the post-it to say Cornet, Wed 6:30 or Flugelhorn, Wed 6:30 or Bugle, Wed 6:30  or Horn, Wed 6:30 or even *****et, Wed 6:30.

Frequently, people who play brass instruments just refer to their instruments as "the Horn" anyway.

I wish we could come up with another term instead of trump.  At the rate the Giant Orange Tapeworm of Destruction is going, it might soon be better to start calling the high cards Hitler instead of trump. 

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