What Did You Tweet When They Announced the Amazon Drones Were Coming?

December 1, 2013 will go down in infamy as the night when:

a) Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced his company is working on a drone service to deliver packages more quickly, revolutionizing how your orders get to you;

b) Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced his company is working on a drone service to deliver packages more quickly, but when the service is actually launched, the drones don’t work and Amazon becomes a laughingstock;

or c) Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced his company is working on a drone service to deliver packages more quickly — and the drones operate well for a few months but eventually turn on Amazon and begin the great Robot Wars. Thanks so much, Bezos.

But where were you when the announcement was made? Because if you glanced at Twitter in the hours immediately after Bezos told the world that the flying robots were coming, there’s a good chance you saw (or sent) a tweet to mark the night we discovered a faster way to get more stuff — or, you know, what will be remembered as the time we laughed about the robots that would soon enslave us all. So, which of the following tweets best represented your approach to the drone news?

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You were the clever-with-Photoshop type of Twitter user. Although this image is actually less funny, more fucking terrifying.