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Donald Trump Jr., the President's son, loves sharing memes of his father on social media.

He claims it is to "trigger the liberals" rather than pander to his father's supporters.


Or a desperate plea for attention.

The most recent image he's posted has many fans of Disney's The Mandalorian stewing: an image of President Trump as The Child (Baby Yoda) from the hit series.

First things first, some people wanted to make the distinction that Baby Yoda is not, in fact, the Mandalorian.

That's a completely different character.

Most people, however, were just disappointed that their favorite thing on the internet now had to be compared to President Trump.


That having been said, there are some similarities...



It's hard to imagine Baby Yoda being a big fan of the Trump administration, seeing as he is a refugee searching for a new home on new planets.

Adult Yoda and Trump do have similar speech patterns occasionally.

But for most fans, this wasn't enough to validate Trump Jr.'s terrible photo.


The more Baby Yoda the better.

It's time we take a break from corrupt politics and potential wars for some good ole' fashioned Baby Yoda time.

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A lot of times when the topic of regret comes around, we focus on what we regret not doing in life. This time, the question is flipped.

Redditor Appleseedbloom asked:

"What is something you have always regretted doing?"

Some people had regrets about not taking better care of themselves, some had regrets about important relationships in their lives. Sharing these moments with others on Reddit seemed to really bring the community together.

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It's always best to learn as much as you can about a place your visiting. Rules are constantly changing through every time zone.

When I visited London I was shocked and elated that I could drink on the streets. Just out of the bottle.

In America you'll be in handcuffs and in the drunk tank before you finish "Cheers!" That's why it's imperative to get acquainted with the American ways before you arrive. America can be strict.

Save the headache.

Redditor u/PosseaDaBoss wanted people to know about the in outs of being on American soil by asking:

In the United States, what should you never do?
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Anyone who's ever listened to a true crime podcast can tell you, secondhand, that criminals aren't as smart as we might think.

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People who talk smack about others are often viewed as rude individuals.

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