Joe Biden has been a very meme-able VP for all of us and his friendship with the outgoing President Barack Obama has given the world friendship goals all the while. Now that Biden’s last day in office is here, Twitter is mourning the loss of Biden memes. It’s understandable that social media would mourn the last day of a Vice-President who makes his love for ice-cream known in as nonchalant a way as possible.
While several Presidents and VPs have come and gone, the Biden-Obama friendship has always been way beyond work. Sample the two of them together supporting Michelle Obama’s ‘Let’s Move’ initiative here. Can’t we all relate to how we would anytime go to our best friend to run with us?
Check out how Twitteratti is mourning the loss of such irreplaceable memes.
— Sybil Sanderson (@Sometimes_Sybil) January 20, 2017
— Parker Schramme (@parkerschramme) December 30, 2016
— B. Eric Bradley (@BEricBradley) January 10, 2017
— Rachel Morgan (@RachelMorganMFL) January 14, 2017
And raise your hand if you hope even 1/5 of those #Bidenmemes about him booby-trapping the White House were actually true.
— Laura Anne Gilman (@LAGilman) January 20, 2017
— Nicole Oliverio (@NicoleOliverio) January 14, 2017
— vee (@strawbvee) January 13, 2017
— ANGUS O’LOUGHLIN (@Angus_OL) January 13, 2017
MICHELLE: Why’d we evacuate?
OBAMA: Biden tried to steal a rainbow
— Sir Pennypacker (@SirPennypacker) January 8, 2017
#bidenmemes coming to an end is the real tragedy of this election.
— Timothy Lang (@TheTLang) January 6, 2017
— mzlks (@mzlks) January 5, 2017
— Crystal Blair (@IamCrystalBlair) January 3, 2017
..boy I’ll never understand how ya listen to people drone on and..
— Sir Pennypacker (@SirPennypacker) December 30, 2016
What started off with Biden putting his first selfie after taking office, has given us a lifetime of laughter and Twitter is sure to miss the outgoing Vice President.