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It's almost a cliche to comment on how much of a s**tstorm this election has been.
People are sick of polls, people commenting on polls, Donald Trump trying to sue people, and the unceasing flow of opinion on social media.
That said, Twitter and Facebook have also offered up some absolute gems.
Here is some of the best unofficial commentary of the 2016 US presidential elections:
This election is like if your friends pick dinner and 3 vote pizza and 2 vote "kill and eat you". Even if pizza wins, there's a big problem. — Andrew Shvarts - Updates Only (@Andrew Shvarts - Updates Only)
When you’re worried that your wife copied off of Michelle again. https://t.co/cfLwDvHCn4 — Chelsea Handler (@Chelsea Handler)
Glad to see the UK is keeping their priorities clear.
#ElectionDay https://t.co/h5EYbptimM — Khalil (@Khalil)
This election makes me envy the quiet dignity with which the dinosaurs went extinct by meteor. — Josh Gondelman (@Josh Gondelman)
With this election we're simultaneously breaking through the glass ceiling and the rock bottom. We got a really big room now — Megan Amram (@Megan Amram)
democracy is this cool system where you yell at people online for 6 months and then people in Ohio and Florida pick the president — bog person (@bog person)
my son is voting for the first time i'm so proud https://t.co/Wka7HoyIV5 — beans greens potatoes tomatoes (@beans greens potatoes tomatoes)
Little Miss Flint is all of us in 2016. https://t.co/grsNmSTBnd — Abraham White (@Abraham White)
See you on the other side, America
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