Americans across the country rolled their eyes at the news that a "straight pride" parade organized by Trump supporters in Boston, Massachusetts would likely be going forward.
Turns out, some people did more than roll their eyes.
Three organizers of the parade were alarmed when they received suspicious envelopes in the mail. The packages weren't marked with a return address and one of the organizers said he could "hear something shaking" when handling them.
The organizers called authorities and soon, a bomb squad was on the scene to investigate.
As it turns out, the packages weren't a threat at all, but a masterful trolling of the pointless parade.
The packages ended up being filled with glitter.
Twitter couldn't stop cheering.
@CNN Should’ve been a glitter bomb! Made with stripper glitter and glue! Would’ve made sure they were still picking… https://t.co/tFP61FQPA2— MosesLaw (@MosesLaw)1562081803.0
@CNN Glitter is PERFECT 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻— Lisa (@Lisa)1562075708.0
@CNN That’s FABULOUS!!! https://t.co/MpIzeNOTYq— Heather Burch (@Heather Burch)1562077086.0
@CNN Maybe some glitter will cheer them up and lessen their hate— Kevin Kilpatrick (@Kevin Kilpatrick)1562063172.0
@CNN #sparkle attack https://t.co/GFpgmKY1s9— Joseph Emanuel (@Joseph Emanuel)1562074182.0
@CNN Glitter? How fabulous! https://t.co/uJ5jyklvPn— Callie (@Callie)1562066841.0
@CNN https://t.co/TZkdpdH0Xm— ~~Todd (@~~Todd)1562061135.0
@CNN Brilliant! It'll stick to them for weeks. Glitter just clings. Explain that one to the boys at the bar. Hilari… https://t.co/DUtWy8p2yi— karen munro (@karen munro)1562060263.0
In addition to glitter, the packages also contained bible verses about love and compassion, as well as notes signed "Happy Pride" in rainbow.
Let's hope they can learn something from the bible verses.