30 Things I Would Rather Do Than Vote For Trump
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30 Things I Would Rather Do Than Vote For Trump

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30 Things I Would Rather Do Than Vote For Trump

Obama was right when he said this is not a typical election -- it's actually a circus where Trump is the ring leading clown. Of course, I am voting for Hillary (but to be honest, I would vote for a clam shell before I voted for Donald Trump). I am so confident Hillary will win that I vow to accomplish everything on this list if she doesn't. Here are 30 things I would rather do than vote for Trump.

1. Hammer a nail into my foot.

2. Attend a Westboro Baptist Church meeting.

3. Go out to lunch with privileged millennials who repeatedly share conservative Republican articles on Facebook.

4. Teach sex-ed at a sex addicts meeting,

5. Wear a a crop top and jeans to Thanksgiving dinner.

6. Let my dad run my Tinder.

7. Be Michelle Duggar.

8. Only wear clothes from Baby Gap.

9. Use pita bread as a tampon.

10. Cover myself in poison ivy.

11. Walk across a trail of Legos.

12. Stand in line at the DMV for the rest of my life.

13. Marry Harambe's dead carcass.

14. Shave my armpits with sand paper.

15. Become a die-hard Creed fan.

16. Eat a steady diet of super-sized McDonald's meals.

17. Inject a homeless person's needles into my arms.

18. Take fashion advice from Snookie and JWOWW.

19. Fly RyanAir to Australia.

20. Attend an NRA conference wearing a "Repeal the Second" shirt.

21. Publicly tweet that I am on Taylor Swift's side.

22. Floss with a homeless man's back hair.

23. Call my boyfriend "Daddy."

24. Rub fresh cut onions in my eyes.

25. Watch "The Miracle of Life" on an endless loop.

26. Post a new ALS Ice Bucket Challenge each week.

27. Forever click on pop-up ads.

28. Have penises for fingers.

29. Sit on a frat house's toilet after a freshman move-in party.

30. Vote for Hillary.

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