After a week of arguing with futuristic ice cream, the media, and the very definition of the word "facts," Sean Spicer decided that now would be a good time to Tweet out a series of random characters that very much seem like his password.
Spicer tweeted and quickly deleted this cryptic message:
Now, we're not toally sure what this means, but Twitter has been running with the idea that it's his password, and considering how hard and important the cyber is, it makes sense. The cyber is the future, and this guy is not so good at the cyber.
Anyway, here are a bunch of people making fun of Spicer and hsi use of "the cyber."
This doesn't seem good.
This is fine
EMAILS.There was a problem rendering this tweet - it may have been deleted.
Cry for help.There was a problem rendering this tweet - it may have been deleted.
That's a relief for everyone except Dippin' Dots. He's still coming for you.There was a problem rendering this tweet - it may have been deleted.
Just don't tell anyone.
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