Holy sweet baby Jesus, how does the most powerful man in the country keep misspelling a four-letter word, THIS IS TOO EMBARRASSING.
Recall, if you will, that the staggeringly simple distinction between “heal” and “heel,” a variation that most grade school children can make, has already publicly tripped up the Commander-In-Chief. Back on August 19, following his loathsome attempt to frame the giant counter-protest to a Boston white supremacist rally as a gathering of “anti-police agitators,” Trump tweeted this:
And then, a half-hour later, while trying to correct “divided for decade,” he somehow fucked “heal” up again:
He finally got it right on the third try, but the damage was done; by then, even the damn dictionary was trolling him:
And Trump is right: it is important that we come together in times of trouble and “heal.” So let’s put our heads together – we’re a smart country, events of 11/9/16 notwithstanding – and brainstorm some ways to teach Mr. Trump the difference between “heal” and “heal.” I’ll get the ball rolling!
1) Put it on a cake! Make it “the most beautiful chocolate cake that you’ve ever seen.” He remembers cake! Something like this:
2) Make a giant banner, and hang it in a dressing room. Tell him the room is full of underage pageant contestants changing clothes. He’ll run right in!
3) Put it in an email with the subject line “Re: Russia – Clinton – private and confidential.”
4) Get them to do a segment about it on Fox and Friends .
5) Tell him President Obama passed a law allowing people to confuse “heel” and “heal” on Twitter. He’ll write up an executive order prohibiting it, toot sweet! Undoing the legislative achievements of the black guy who humiliated him at a party once is pretty much all that drives him, politically speaking.
6) Speaking of which, we could put it on the one piece of paper Donald Trump is guaranteed to look at:
These ideas are just the beginning! C’mon, disruptors, let’s do this!