@RobLowe Obama reference?
— Matt Mackowiak (@MattMackowiak) August 2, 2014
Oh, please say yes. Here is Rob Lowe’s zinger:
It could just be me, but when someone says "uh" twice in a sentence that's meant to be unequivocal, I'm inclined to doubt them.
— Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) August 2, 2014
“The Outsiders” author S.E. Hinton agrees.
@RobLowe Uh, I am inclined to, uh, agree with you.
— S. E. Hinton (@se4realhinton) August 2, 2014
To whom could he possibly be referring?
@RobLowe must not be able to get through even one Obama speech
— Joe Sanders (@joesanders33) August 2, 2014
You be the judge, but evidence points to it being an Obama reference. You see, not only did President Incompetent expose himself by defining terrorists as “folks,” he also upped the “uh” factor. Greatest Orator ever? Ha!
Actor Rob Lowe wasn’t the only one who noticed.
A quote from the President of the United States, Barak Obama, "Uh uh uhh uh uh uhhhh uh uh uh uhh." #uh
— Jim Tokarz (@TokarzJim) August 1, 2014
I'm not sure who has more "uh's" in a press conference- Barack Obama or Dave Wannstedt?
— John (@FuriousCStyles) August 1, 2014
Shorter Obama: agh, uh, uh, I uh, I, ahh……ahhh, uh, I uh, know, uh, what's, uh and uh, best.
— Ryan Patrick (@Amabonovella) August 1, 2014
Let me summarize @BarackObama's Press Conference from today in one Obama sentence. Ah, uhh, uh, uhm, And, Republicans, ah, uh, a, uhhh.
— Mr T 2 (@GovtsTheProblem) August 1, 2014
Obama says "uh" too much
— Hank Mardukas (@fucksobriety) August 1, 2014
I hate watching Obama try to speak. Cause he sucks at it. "Uh uh, um, um, uh, um, uhhh"
— name (@Zach_IsTheName) August 1, 2014
Obama said "uh", "i", "ah" about 90 f-in times, Christ I cant stand to listen to his crap!!
— Ricky Ruiz (@rubaby58) August 1, 2014
@gretawire shorter Obama "uh, er, uh…" for 45 of the 50 minutes
— PC Will be Passé RSN (@ShaferRider) August 1, 2014
A dangerous exit suggestion:
Perhaps there should be a game where every time Obama has a press conference or speech and says "uh", you drink.
— Veritas (@AnonHQreport) August 1, 2014
Ouch! Our poor livers.