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Bone, the undecided voter who quickly cashed in on and crashed his meme status, was one of Halloween’s most popular costumes. He’s been ubiquitous in pop culture since the second presidential debate, and his mustache and red IZOD sweater combo made for a perfectly easy last-minute costume.
But Bone himself went as a Star Wars character—“ObiWan Kenboni,” to be specific.
That image found its way over to Reddit, where Photoshop masters remixed him into different Star Wars scenes and promotional posters.
This “glitch in the Matrix” is pretty meta.
This baseball remix would be a lot more topical if he were rocking a Cubs helmet, but it’s still solid.
Congrats, Ken. You’ve reached the final stages of memehood. Enjoy it for all it’s worth these next seven days.
Austin Powell is the former managing editor of the Daily Dot. His work focuses on the intersection of entertainment and technology. He previously served as a music columnist for the Austin Chronicle and is the co-author of The Austin Chronicle Music Anthology.