After President Donald Trump's ascension to the most powerful position in the world, some unexpected figures have come to be mastheads of a collection of Trump critics known as "the resistance."
Among these is Dictionary.com, which continued on Thursday a long tradition of trolling Trump using his favorite medium: Twitter.
It started when the President went on a common Twitter tirade decrying the Special Counsel investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election:
Russia, Russia, Russia! That’s all you heard at the beginning of this Witch Hunt Hoax...And now Russia has disappea… https://t.co/fUbv2gPksj— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump) 1559217467.0
If you thought "Russia, Russia, Russia!" sounded familiar, Dictionary.com did as well:
Palilogy is a word that describes the technique of repeating a word or phrase for emphasis. E.g. Jan Brady saying… https://t.co/7zHifTVxmK— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1559222321.0
The website defined the word "Palilogy," using the classic television character Jan Brady of The Brady Bunch lamenting the attention given to her older sister with a now-famous phrase: "Marcia! Marcia! Marcia!"
Twitter wasn't ready.
@Dictionarycom I seem to have found another example https://t.co/kz4zufiykk— sarbear (@sarbear) 1559222983.0
@Dictionarycom @RESISTAllDayOK I love, love, love you, Dictionary! #TrumpRussia— Jennifer Piotti (@Jennifer Piotti) 1559228618.0
@Dictionarycom Jan Brady only cried, “Marcia! Marcia! Marcia!” out of sincere exasperated sibling rivalry, NOT as a… https://t.co/fB1AoQ1yMv— Satiricus Rex (@Satiricus Rex) 1559233791.0
@Dictionarycom Dictionary provides the best shade. 😂— 🌊Peanut🌊 (@🌊Peanut🌊) 1559234386.0
It's also far from the first time Dictionary.com has trolled the president.
When Donald Trump spelled "collusion" as "collussion," the site tweeted this:
We have not found collussion either. We did, however, find collusion. #ItsInTheDictionary https://t.co/E32SOSFQat https://t.co/d551YUyNp4— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1526830140.0
And it was quick to respond when Trump said people of faith led the abolition of civil rights.
Abolition. The act of doing away with, putting an end to. https://t.co/pV3YscRdH3 https://t.co/8TH8AEzrzo— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1549553211.0
And when Trump sided with Putin over his own intelligence officials at the infamous Helsinki summit, they threw shade again.
Patriot: A person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests with devotion. Traitor: A… https://t.co/gPx1XMYF9n— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531760602.0
If you look up "Resistance" in the dictionary, you just might find a picture of Dictionary.com.