Donald Trump Tweeted An Unfinished Sentence So Everyone Chipped In To Help Out

President-elect Trump took to Twitter to make an announcement (that no one really cared about) but forgot to finish writing his sentence. Fortunately, Twitter was on hand to help

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There's nothing more irritating than when you're mid-conversation with someone who is recounting a juicy piece of gossip and they suddenly lose their train of thought and finish speaking, mid-sentence.

It's like pausing a song before the chorus or turning the TV off just before the ending of one of the most-talking about television shows of the year. 'Are you kidding me?' you want to scream.

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But, when someone like Donald Trump decides to leave a sentence unfinished, we couldn't be happier. In fact, it gives us – and the rest of the world – ample opportunity to further mock the man (soon to be President of the Free World…). Cheers for that, Don.

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Yesterday, President-elect Trump took to Twitter (what's new) to announce he was holding a news conference and decided to end his elusive tweet with an ellipsis.

Of course, given the fact that social media is a beauty of a technological communication platform, this opened up the flood gates for people to finish Trump's sentence for him.

Every little helps, right?

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Tanning salons, the presidency, medication, his toupee were all suggestions for possible endings to the entrepreneur's unfinished sentence.

Look, Trumpo, we know Twitter only allows you write 140 characters and sometimes you have to sacrifice words to communicate a message but if you can't even structure a sentence together, it's not exactly a great indication of things to come, is it?

'I, President Trump, vow to…' doesn't exactly bode well for the rest of the world.

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