In an unprecedented school-girl move Thursday, Vice President Joe Biden tweeted out a birthday message to his “best friend” and “brother” President Obama showcasing a picture of…friendship bracelets…with each of their names.
How incredibly touching.
Happy 55th, Barack! A brother to me, a best friend forever. pic.twitter.com/uNsxouTKOO
— Vice President Biden (@VP) August 4, 2016
Needless to say, this was a softball hanging right over the plate for the self-proclaimed comedians in the Twitterverse.
What wouldn't I give to be a fly on the wall as some WH staffer taught Joe Biden how to make a friendship bracelet. https://t.co/B71IT5BLbk
— DJ Judd (@juddzeez) August 4, 2016
Wonder if he got the supplies from Hobby Lobby https://t.co/A1Ipxrh9Fc
— Ashe Schow (@AsheSchow) August 4, 2016
Oddly enough, also what the President sent Iran along with that $400m. https://t.co/Mto4wVbzAX
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) August 4, 2016
What many are getting wrong, however, is that Biden didn’t make Obama the bracelet. In fact, Obama made it for Biden. The proof is in the gif below from a BuzzFeed video where the president is demonstrating “5 things that are harder than registering to vote” – one being the task o making a friendship bracelet.
I cant tell whats better the fact he made a bracelet for himself or the fact he made TWO FOR JOE BIDEN pic.twitter.com/1MYo46sxhk
— give shance a chance (@badtouches) August 2, 2016
So, the real story here is that Joe Biden likely forgot to get a present for Obama’s birthday and, well, he got caught in the act of re-gifting. Shameful, truly shameful. Now that the story is clear – back to Biden bracelet reactions.
World of Isaac notices a stunning #Harambe the Gorilla tribute on the bracelet when taking a closer look:
Look closer at Joe Biden's friendship bracelet tweet pic.twitter.com/ku25w2j6gx
— Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) August 4, 2016
Bill Clinton loves balloons and Joe Biden made Barack Obama a friendship bracelet for his 55th bday. What is going on?
Joe Biden's friendship bracelet for Barack Obama is the only wound up orange thing that should ever be in the White House.
— Stephen Pianovich (@SPianovich) August 4, 2016