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This "SNL" Writer Is Responding To Trump's Tweets Like They're Texts And It's Weirdly Delightful

"I don't know why but this is delightful."

Posted on July 19, 2017, at 12:14 p.m. ET

Earlier this month, SNL writer Josh Patten began a rather odd project: responding to President Trump's tweets as if they're texts.

In practice, it's way funnier than it sounds.

I mean, who among us hasn't sent this text:

Josh and Donnie are just two pals, talking about what they're doing for lunch.

And what to watch on Netflix.

"Proud to unveil my new, incredibly stupid project: Responding To Trump Tweets Like They Were Texts," Patten tweeted on Sunday.

Proud to unveil my new, incredibly stupid project: Responding To Trump Tweets Like They Were Texts

Patten declined to comment to BuzzFeed News.

People have no idea why they're laughing so hard, but they are.

I don't know why but this is delightful.

Why am I laughing so hard at this???

Ok, I laughed

It's just so pure.

Occasionally an idea comes along--so simple, so pure--it makes me forget how fucked we all are

This isn't stupid, it's amazing

Childish, pointless and will no doubt be ignored. I love it.

In conclusion:

Josh, sweetie, you're doing amazing.

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