Barack Obama-Joe Biden bromance: The internet is loving their last few days together

FP Staff November 17, 2016 11:51:46 IST
Barack Obama-Joe Biden bromance: The internet is loving their last few days together

In these trying times (particularly for those who are unhappy that Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States), one must seek solace in any way possible. The internet seems to have found that solace in the Barack Obama-Joe Biden bromance that’s apparently been brewing over these past few years.

The memes, or image macros, whatever you prefer to call them, have been spreading like wildfire. Here’s what followed:

This one epitomises the relation between Obama and Biden and sets the tone for the rest of internet

Don’t you worry, Biden. Obama’ll be there for you!

And what about Santa?

Very sneaky, Biden. Very sneaky.

Sometimes, it behoves oneself to act presidential; but that’s not always easy with Biden around.

Biden really knows how to make someone feel at home.

He also takes care of the tiny details

Joe: Where are ur sunglasses?
Obama: I didn't bring them
Joe: I said we're doing a men in black thing
Obama: That's why I didn't bring them pic.twitter.com/5EAPSGdIID

This really is the coolest bromance around. We’ll certainly miss you both; but may the memes never die!

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