After being hit with tons of political memes and autotuned debates, it seems like we’d been waiting forever for Election Day to arrive. There’s only so much hilarity we can take, people! But it’s already passed us by, and in the case you’re just now emerging from a deep slumber, Obama beat out Romney. Although, word has it Morris the Cat fell short by like, 100 votes. Disappointing.Regardless, millions of people headed out the polls yesterday to make their good ole’ American voices heard. There are a select few, however, who spent the day partaking in other activities. Luckily, we have Twitter and Instagram to expose these happenings.
So what were Americans really doing on Election Day?
VOTING FOR PEDRO
MAKING ELECTION DAY ORANGES
FORCING SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS TO VOTE
EATING AN ENTIRE PEPPERONI BACON RED PEPPER CHEESE PIZZA
…AND A BOATLOAD OF SUSHI (LITERALLY)
…QUESTIONABLE PASTA, TOO
GETTING EXTRA TICKED THEY DIDN’T GET A VOTING STICKER
ORDERING PIZZA HUT FOOD OF THE “BUFFALO MILD” VARIETY
DISCOVERING CLEVER PRESIDENTIAL SNAPPLE FACTS
FEELING SUPER ANTI-SOCIAL
VOTING FOR SANGRIA
GETTING SLEEPY OVER ALL THE POLITICAL HOOPLA
GETTING DRESSED UP IN SPECIAL GARB BEFORE HITTING THE POLLS
HAVING A PATRIOTIC PICNIC STRAIGHT OUT OF ‘MARTHA STEWART’
RIDING EXTRA TALL BIKES
AND OF COURSE, DISGUISING THEMSELVES AS SANTA CLAUS
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