Sad Joe Biden

Sad Joe Biden

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Sad Joe Biden is a series of humorously captioned images based on a photograph of United States Vice President Joe Biden staring out a window during a summit between the U.S. president Barack Obama and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko at the White House in September 2014.

Origin

On September 18th, 2014, Getty Images photographer Oliver Douliery photographed Biden staring pensively out a window at the White House during a special summit with the Ukrainian president to address the escalating political tension between the East European nation and Russia.



"US Vice-President Joe Biden looks on during a bilateral meeting between President Obama and President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine in the Oval Office of the White House September 18, 2014 in Washington, DC. The two leaders held a bilateral meeting to discuss a strategic aid package for Ukraine for its battle with pro Russian separatists."

On December 6th, 2014, Twitter user Michael Doran[2] tweeted the Getty Images photograph and invited his followers to come up with funny and fitting internal monologues for the image.


Mike Doran @Doranimated our Saturday caption contest. What is Vice President Biden thinking? わ ★ RETWEETS FAVORITES 14 6 4:35 PM - 6 Dec 2014

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On December 6th, Twitter user @Popehat[7] tweeted the photo with a quote uttered by the character Tuco in the 1966 Spaghetti Western film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (shown below, left). The following day, Twitter user Rachel Zarrell[8] posted the photo with the caption "but did adnan do it tho?" (shown below, right). .


Popehat @Popehat Follow The man who double-crosses me and leaves me alive He understands nothing about Biden 9:05 PM - 6 Dec 2014 20 RETWEETS 19 FAVORITES Rachel Zarrell Follow but did adnan do it tho?" 10:50 PM-7 Dec 2014 91 RETWEETS 99 FAVORITES

Several minutes later, the BuzzFeed Twitter[3] feed urged followers to caption the photo (shown below, left) On December 8th, Twitter user Vince Coglianese tweeted a photoshopped image of Biden looking at the window next to the character Clark Grisworld from the 1989 comedy film National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (shown below, right). In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the Twitter captions, including The Daily Dot,[4] Today[5] and The Washington Post.[6]


BuzzFeed @BuzzFeed Follow caption this わ ★ RETWEETSFAVORITES 10:53 PM-7 Dec 2014 The White House has a pool, Clark Nobody lets me use it Vince Coglianese @TheDCVince Follow I could see Joe Biden starring in a holiday classic. 11:09 AM - 8 Dec 2014 88 RETWEETS 69 FAVORITES

Notable Examples


Sam Stryker @sbstryker Follow when your friend is making out with a rando at the bar 11:07 PM-7 Dec 2014 RETWEETS 20 FAVORITES Ben White Follow @morningmoneyben Milk was a bad choice. 10:59 PM-7 Dec 2014 11 RETWEETS 26 FAVORITES Feminists' bêtenoire @lamblock Follow Why doesn't the ice cream truck come by? 6:34 PM -7 Dec 2014 38 RETWEETS 60 FAVORITES Follow Cahyo Ahdiyatman 兽@shitestorm When bae doesn't text back. RT @BuzzFeed: caption this 10:58 PM-7 Dec 2014 Follow Jamelle Bouie @jbouie I shall never sleep calmly again when I think of the horrors that lurk ceaselessly behind life in time & in space." 10:42 PM-7 Dec 2014 Follow Amber 谷@missambear when will Obama return home to watch anime with me 10:50 PM-7 Dec 2014

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