Therapists say more clients are reporting Trump revenge fantasies in sessions


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Oh yeah, who doesn’t love ruminating about an assassination plot?


Where can I get that ashtray? I want one.


My favorite fantasy is a Twilight-Zone style setup where Trump wakes up in a world just like our own except that no one has ever heard of him.


Produce manager at the Piggly Wiggly, can’t remember the name of the round orange things.


This, but unironicly.


More “worrying about” in my case.

It’s a systemic problem, not an individual one, and high-profile political assassinations are a sure-fire way to make it all much worse.

Gotta get the weeds by the roots.


Isn’t this more or less the premise of the latest American Horror Story?


Indeed. An assassination would be one of the few ways we could end up with a Trump memorial on the National Mall. I don’t EVER want that assclown to become a martyr.


Psychiatric facilities across the United States are at breaking point after the number of people claiming to be sent from the future to stop Donald Trump reached epidemic proportions.

New research has shown that every ten minutes someone claiming to the from the future sent back to save humanity is admitted to a hospital somewhere in the US.

Dr Simon Williams told us, “We’re struggling to cope to be honest. We’re constantly booking people in who’ve been arrested before telling police they are on a secret mission from the future, and have to save the world."


It’s what lulls me to sleep most nights, yes.


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