If you needed a light-hearted break from the troubling reality of the 2016 presidential election, this is it.
Donald Trump's website was the subject of some election night mischief after a security flaw was discovered that allowed anyone and everyone to alter the main page's header.
While no actual harm was done, the breach did allow for some pranksters to engage in a little tomfoolery before the site was ultimately fixed Tuesday night.
Needless to say, Twitter got creative.
Check out some of our favorite edits below:
Trump's campaign website hacked
I don't support hacking, but come on, this is top notch stuff. The world needs to know
Fun with URL hacking. https://t.co/UWU2r69DSL https://t.co/KMdW0GQXQ6
Trump site as Barbara Kruger art generator. https://t.co/s0ppO2ZZIG
Lots of folks sharing images of 💩 on Trump's site. It's "real," but that page just puts the URL in the header… https://t.co/Mscz04L2BY
Haha, you can put whatever you want into a Trump and Pence URL, get the header (h/t @xor) https://t.co/vp6REIWlH3
It's ridiculously easy to 'hack' Donald Trump's website: https://t.co/KZMIL3y6Qn
I KNEW IT https://t.co/kS3NJAXIA3
this is fun https://t.co/0ZEeI4Aarb
Seriously, whoever made Donald Trump's website should be ashamed of themselves. This is SO EMBARRASSING… https://t.co/UTBalLHhkj