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With the midterm elections coming up, it’s hard not to think about what your own campaign slogan would be if you decided to enter the hellscape of politics. Luckily, screenwriter Eden Dranger made it easy to come up with the perfect slogan.
“Your campaign slogan is your last name + ‘:’ + the last text you sent,” she tweeted yesterday.
Your campaign slogan is your last name + ":" + the last text you sent.— Eden Dranger (@Eden_Eats) November 1, 2018
"Dranger: yeah not everyone drives on Sunset Blvd"
The tweet quickly went viral with people tweeting what their slogans would be and the responses didn’t disappoint.
Some of them were a little too on the nose. “My campaign slogan would be ‘We voted, have you?'” one person tweeted. “On brand. Not sure I could make that up if I tried.”
My campaign slogan would be "We voted, have you?"— Chelsea Rae (@chelsearae813) November 2, 2018
On brand. Not sure I could make that up if I tried. https://t.co/Ojm5GaQOMg
Another said, “it could be worse I suppose,” which also felt a little too real.
Goad: It could be worse, I suppose.— Kate Goad (@katehutch) November 1, 2018
Others made less sense, but could totally work if you think about it. “Damn dude. You doing okay?” said one tweet.
Strunk: Damn dude. You doing okay? https://t.co/RJQ3sH2PwN— Delaney Strunk (@delaknee) November 2, 2018
A few were definitely something we could get behind. “OK let’s do this breakfast thing,” one tweet said.
"Jollett: OK let's do this breakfast thing."— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) November 1, 2018
“We need more BBQ sauce,” another person tweeted.
Comstock -we need more BBQ sauce— Marc Comstock (@Marc_Comstock) November 1, 2018
And other’s were just hilarious. “I’m gonna shit in your lunch,” a too-honest tweet said.
After seeing all of the different responses, this honestly doesn’t seem like a bad way to come up with a slogan. Crazier things have happened.
Gabrielle Sorto is an Atlanta-based freelance writer covering culture, lifestyle, and news. Her work has appeared in CNN, Teen Vogue, INSIDER, and Vice. She can usually be found writing with an overpriced coffee in hand or hanging out with her dog, Rihanna, who is named after exactly who you think.