The proceeds from the shirt will all go to Meals on Wheels Vermont.
All eyes were immediately on the Vermont Senator after memes were made of him sitting on a chair by himself wearing cozy mittens.
"The impact of COVID-19 on our conversations and behavior is evident in emoji usage trends compared to last year."
The jokes made from the template mostly include venting against a fictitious, annoying husband.
Teenagers, including many who aren't yet of voting age, expressed interest in creating sponsored content for Bloomberg. "I would be down - bread is bread," said one teenage Instagram user.
Whatever you call it, Quentin Somerville, the Middle East correspondent for the BBC, sees the codification of the regional signifier for “hold on to your horses” as welcome good news.
The social media site said the image didn't violate their Community Standards and wasn't considered hate speech.
Many compared the cocktail capsules to an internet phenomenon last year when people ate Tide Pods laundry detergent capsules, while others compared them to Gushers.
"It's happening. There was no stopping it," said Connie West, adding that some visitors had come from as far away as Australia and New Zealand.
The two men told police that they had seen the signs on the highway warning that this was a restricted area, but they nonetheless wanted to look at the facility.