Twitter is having some fun with Ann Coulter's mockery of #BringBackOurGirls

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Oh Ann. Sweet, innocent, stupid Ann...

Well, at least one good thing came out of conversatives mocking the #BringBackOurGirls campaign: Ann Coulter’s shame.

The pundit, like many of her GOP cohorts, took to Twitter to have a little fun and ridicule the hashtag with this sign.

But as the Internet is wont to do, the Internet took matters into its own hands and created a few new versions.

The submissions continue to roll in. 

Let this be a lesson to you, Ann: Photoshop is a very, very powerful tool. And don't feel too bad, Michelle Obama learned the hard way too.

H/T Gawker | Photo via Gage Skidmore/Flickr

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