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The CIA burst onto Instagram with an "I Spy" photo that was trolled the second it went live.


It was a pretty glorious moment.

Though you can't fault the CIA for trying to cut through its super-serious image and have a little fun with its official social media account.

If you've ever played "I Spy," you know how this goes. But one of the world's most recognizable intelligence (read: spying) agencies went ahead and posted a picture of a desk topped with stereotypical spy agency materials such as a wig, headphones, maps, documents, badges and clocks.

We spy a government agency with something resembling a sense of humor.

But does that desk really look like the desk of someone who works at the CIA? Instagram didn't think so.

It certainly looks that way.

Yeah, what's up with that?

So are we... we think.

Yeah, good luck with that!

Minnesota is surely more exciting than this desk!

Step up your game, CIA.

Pack it all up, boys. We're going home.

Clean it up!

Savage.

The CIA hasn't responded to any of these observations, presumably because it already figured out where all these people live and is totally having the last laugh.

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