Be The Saddest Guy In The Office With Amazon’s Embarrassing ‘Covfefe’ Swag

The loud man did a word bad on the internet and now you can buy an everything of it. Welcome to The Resistance™, we take credit or debit.

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President Trump Pretends Like He Meant To Tweet 'Covfefe'

Yesterday at 2.06PM AEST, President Trump sent out a cryptic tweet that read, 'Despite the constant negative press covfefe'. The internet spent the next six hours utterly confused. And, of course, there were memes. So many memes. And even an Urban Dictionary definition.

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What is “covfefe”? One explanation is that it’s an attempt at spelling “coverage” when you’re a doddering old man with holes in your brain. Another is that it’s the sound your mouth makes when it gives up.

But to the many Amazon sellers of the world, it’s a quick, lazy buck.

Are people actually buying this Salvation Army-bound kitsch? Yes. And even the sellers regret having a hand in it.

None of these things will deliver before this meme stops being funny. Much as Jeff Bezos would relish the opportunity, he cannot yet sell things into the past. Some even have the gall to bill themselves “great gift ideas”.

The options, which are sure to expand in both number and inanity, range from harmlessly stupid to so inscrutable they’re likely to drive friends and loved ones to wonder what they ever saw in you. Let us explore the hideous cornucopia of covfefe products Amazon has to offer.

Is it good to convfefe? Bad? I will give you $100 if you can tell me.

Pretty weird loophole here, but if someone is conceived at a university party because of this shot glass, they automatically go to gaol.

This shirt about a spelling error contains a spelling error, making it the best option on this list.

We deserve this.