The Internet sucks when it's taking Kelly Clarkson to task for giving her child some Nutella.
But the Internet is pretty awesome when it comes together to ridicule an individual or a company clearly in need of some hardcore ridiculing.
The latest case in point? United Airlines.
By now, you must be familiar with the way in which this airline overbooked a recent flight ... and then responded to a customer refusing to give up the seat he had already paid for by dragging him violently off the aircraft.
In response to this heinous incident, social media has made the hashtag #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos trend, as users from around the globe have come up with a few new ideas for United taglines.
Meet the New Spokesman!
It's Negan from The Walking Dead. You REALLY don't want him to make any decisions for you.
We'll Handle This
The United CEO definitely chose the wrong week to stop sniffling glue.
Welcome to The Dark Side
Do. What. We. Say.
United We... Purge?
An Underdog Story
I did it!!!!!
We Also Put the "Y" in "Why Would Any Company Act Like This?"
See. We're very versatile.
But still: too funny!
Forget President Snow
CEO Oscar Munoz is even scarier.
If Only We Had Snakes On This Plane
Would be easier than customers who dared to remain in the seat they paid for, right?!?
Are We Alt-Right or What?
Is this thing even on?!?
Simple, Yet Accurate
And also awful.
Hey, It Could Be Worse
Harrison Ford could be your pilot.
And may we add: ROFL!
No One Talks About Fight Club
But it clearly exists.
Worst. Accommodations. EVER.
No thank you.
Actually, Why Are We Asking?
You don't get a choice.
These Spokesman Are Handsome
But deadly serious!
Take the Red Eye... Or Get the Black Eye
That's basically how it works.
The One Option Worse Than a Middle Seat
Don't even think about an aisle seat!
Thank you, Fake United PR.
Is That Not What You Signed Up For?
At Least It's Free!
It's the only thing we do not charge for.
Who Wants to Play?
Anyone who flies with us, that's who!
The Good News Is That You're Free to Get Up and Walk About the Cabin
The bad news? You need to keep walking.