Some memes just won’t die, whether their subjects want them to or not.

Unfortunately for former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, his mistake from last year to hold a press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping is still coming back to haunt him – quite fitting for Halloween, really.

The press conference in Philadelphia, held days after the 2020 presidential election, went viral for its unusual choice of location – the store in question is located between a crematorium and a sex shop in the US state of Pennsyvlania.

People soon began to suspect that what may have happened was a good ol’ mix-up in locations. There’s another Four Seasons in Philadelphia, and that would be the Four Seasons Hotel at the Comcast Technology Center – a far more luxurious location to hold a press conference making unfounded and disproven claims of electoral fraud.

The confusion resulted in a huge boost in publicity for an otherwise minor landscaping business, who have relished in the memes ever since.

Of course, when Halloween came around, an opportunity to troll Giuliani once again could not be missed.

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“This year our costume was an obvious one,” tweeted the firm, accompanied by a picture of the infamous garage door edited to display the logo of its far more formal Four Seasons counterpart.

The joke has since been praised by Twitter users, with one saying the company had ‘won Halloween’:

Of course, this isn’t the first time that Four Seasons have capitalised on the mishap.

They now sell merchandise referencing the incident (including their take on Trump’s slogan, Make America Rake Again), they trolled Giuliani when his apartment was raided by the FBI in April, and the site hosted a punk rock concert in July.

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