Yes! It's a wee bit bigger...
5%
No! It's much tinier...
19%
Both Their Buttons are Teeny Weeny...
76%

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Mystic 1 year 30 weeks ago

Actually, after much study of Spell Corrector errors, and some humorous spell corrector gaffs myself, I have determined that what Trump actually typed was that his Butt was bigger than Kim's, and that his Butt worked. The spell corrector assumed that he meant Button, and made the change unbeknownst to Trump. Nothing to fear, just two old men comparing bowel habits.

rs allen 1 year 30 weeks ago

All buttons look big when compared to weenie hands.

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