"Is this real?" and "No, but seriously, this is a joke right?," are the two questions we found ourselves asking right after seeing New York Times Magazine's cover image of Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, as you've never seen her, on the cover of this Sunday's NYT Magazine pic.twitter.com/QIsqibZaq5
— David Joachim, NYT (@davidjoachim) January 23, 2014
Luckily, in confusing times like these, we have the restorative power of the Internet -- specifically Twitter. Here are nine tweets that expressed all the feelings we've been feeling on this subject:
What happens when trying to avoid Godzilla-Medusa-Lady-Monster conveyance of terror: go planetary! pic.twitter.com/212igbjM76
— Rebecca Traister (@rtraister) January 23, 2014
— Alison McQuade (@akmcquade) January 23, 2014
IT DOESN'T EVEN LOOK LIKE PLANET IT LOOKS LIKE A SKIN TAG.
— Andrea Grimes (@andreagrimes) January 23, 2014
— Aminatou Sow (@aminatou) January 23, 2014
— Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) January 23, 2014
Yes. Pick one. MT @emmaladyrose: Are our only options floating planet or mean lady-heel?
— Jack Mirkinson (@jackmirkinson) January 23, 2014
RE: NYT Magazine CREEPY AF Hillary Clinton cover: pretty sure that that's a spiral galaxy and not a "vortex" GET YOUR CREEPY COVERS RIGHT
— Shavon L. McKinstry (@SLMcKinstry) January 23, 2014
Hillary Clinton Invites America To Sit On Her Face, Says New York Times
— Erin Gloria Ryan (@morninggloria) January 23, 2014
But this just really says it all...
Craziest Hillary Clinton magazine cover concept yet: pic.twitter.com/sso1QPgSlE
— Matt Yglesias (@mattyglesias) January 23, 2014