Eastwooding has taken over the interwebz -- and there are pictures to prove it.
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Fans of the meme posted photos of empty chairs alongside the hashtag #eastwooding, which was inspired by actor Clint Eastwood's ten-minute chat with a chair at the Republican National Convention. The chair, an "invisible Obama" was meant to be a stand-in for the president.
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While some photos simply feature fingers pointing to empty chairs, others get a bit more creative.
One pic, tweeted by @RunBoris, shows a man sitting at a dinner table, his arm presumably around the invisible shoulders of invisible Obama next to him.
— Jonathan Frye (@RunBoris) September 2, 2012
Another photo, tweeted by @Neckelhead, shows a young toddler sitting on an empty chair -- or rather, the president's lap.
— James (@Neckelhead) September 2, 2012
What do you think of these #eastwooding photos? Have you taken any? Tell us in the comments below.
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This story originally published on Mashable here.
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