There's nothing I hate more than a bad ombré, as I've fallen victim to one far too many times.
To my surprise, Donald Trump understands this issue -- and he's going to do something about it.
During last night's 90-minute brawl between the presidential candidates, The Donald spoke vaguely about his plans to rid the country of its bad ombré epidemic.
We're going to secure the border, and once the border is secured at a later date, we'll make a determination as to the rest. But we have some bad hombres here and we're going to get them out.
Wait... did he say "ombré" or "hombre?"
Shit. I think he said "hombre."
Regardless of what Donald actually meant by his statement on immigration -- which obviously had nothing to do with the hairstyle -- women on Twitter are trolling the heck out of him .
They've been posting pictures of the bad ombrés they've experienced throughout the years.
Needless to say, they're funny AF.
Donald, please tell us, is this what you meant by a bad ombré?
Or maybe this is what he meant by a bad ombré.
Now THAT'S a bad one.
Donald, you good?
Bad Ombre 2016 #debate pic.twitter.com/ayZRr7DRgZ — (@yourboyscoob) October 20, 2016
Can't forget about those pesky purple ombrés.
They are REALLY unfortunate.
Look! Someone's stepping in to help Donald with his ombré issue.
Maybe this chick should run for president?
Looks like he should call a salon ASAP.
As you can see, Twitter isn't taking Donald too seriously.
Well done, ladies!
In fact, so many people chimed in to the ombré/ hombre conversation the Merriam Webster dictionary stepped in to explain the distinct difference between the two.
We're seeing a spike for both 'ombre' and 'hombre'. Not the same thing. https://t.co/O2o9C3gTja #debatenight — Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) October 20, 2016
hombre: a man ombré: having colors or tones that shade into each other #debatenight — Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) October 20, 2016
Thanks for clearing that up for us, Merriam.
Now go fix your ombrés, ladies!