President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony is fast approaching, and organisers are working overtime to get everything ready. We’re all desperate for hints of what it will be like, and inauguration planner Tom Barrack has obliged…sort of.
Barrack said: “What we’ve done instead of trying to surround him with what people consider A-listers is we are going to surround him with the soft sensuality of the place.”
Erm…what?! “Soft sensuality”?! We’re not entirely sure what that means, but we do know that we are creeped out by it. It just sounds…weird.
Please join me in vomiting and screaming myself to death. https://t.co/2jH6br8CPt
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) January 10, 2017
Stay For The Soft Sensuality pic.twitter.com/tu4YNYeh6M
— Glenn Kenny (@Glenn__Kenny) January 10, 2017
In fact, I’m starting a petition to make it illegal to use the words “soft sensuality” and “Trump” in the same sentence henceforth. pic.twitter.com/G9YoIb53y7
— Heather & Jessica (@fuggirls) January 10, 2017
It’s just a bit too gross for our liking.
“The inauguration will have a soft sensuality” pic.twitter.com/MWtStZsWsI
— Alice Tew (@BuckinghamAlice) January 10, 2017
Trumps event planner has said his inauguration will have a “soft sensuality” pic.twitter.com/cIq4BhuMRF
— Andy Starsdust (@ImACultHero) January 10, 2017
“soft sensuality” is the new “moist”
— Larry Wright (@refocusedmedia) January 10, 2017
For some it heralds the end of days.
This is how democracy ends. Not with a bang but with #softsensuality
— erin mizrahi (@erinmizrahi) January 10, 2017
For others, it’s a source of inspiration.
— Amanda (@amanda_accardo) January 10, 2017
We always knew the new administration would differ from Obama’s, but perhaps we haven’t been able to fathom just how much.
Like the “Glamour Shots” of inaugurations? https://t.co/OHg2FWQGcG
— Will Chase (@WillChaseMe) January 10, 2017
People have started wondering how this “soft sensuality” might manifest itself.
This is how I imagine the Trump inauguration’s “soft sensuality” will play out: pic.twitter.com/dGQ4abb5T7
— Chris Cillizza (@TheFix) January 10, 2017
“The inauguration will have a soft sensuality.” pic.twitter.com/1jFzcjnJ5g
— Only Moo (@aKerryCoo) January 10, 2017
We don’t know about you, but we’re here waiting with a combined sense of interest and dread to find out what this “soft sensuality” actually means.