If you're aiming for friendship goals, it's hard to top a friendship bracelet with 'Joe', 'Barack' AND a pizza charm on it.
Happy 55th, Barack! A brother to me, a best friend forever. pic.twitter.com/uNsxouTKOO— Vice President Biden (@VP) August 4, 2016
But it's a safe bet that Joe Biden really appreciated US President Barack Obama's birthday message to him, which the latter tweeted on Sunday.
The internet oohed, awwed and joined in by sending Biden their best wishes — as well as reposting some of the most popular memes of the last two weeks, which creatively imagine the outgoing VP planning pranks to pull on President-elect Trump and his VP-elect, Mike Pence. Here are five of the most popular ones:
1. Just Roll With It
Obama: "Joe, why are you still holding my hand?"— thomas moore (@Thomas_A_Moore) November 12, 2016
Biden: "I wanna freak Mike Pence out"
Obama: "But why?"
Biden: "Just roll with it" pic.twitter.com/o5KZZ0Ysgz
2. Pens and Puns
Joe: I hid all the pens from Trump— The Hashtagonist (@TheHashtag0nist) November 12, 2016
Joe: Because he bringing his own.
Joe: HE'S BRINGING HIS OWN PENCE pic.twitter.com/uni3WUd4X3
3. Password Protected
Biden: I'm not giving them the wifi password— JAY (@pieceofjay) November 11, 2016
Biden: I said what I said pic.twitter.com/l17SaIeQke
4. Biden McAllister?
Biden: Ok here's the plan: have you seen Home Alone— Dean E. S. Richard (@deanfortythree) November 11, 2016
Obama: Joe, no
Biden: Just one booby trap
Obama: Joe pic.twitter.com/IDTc2L1sKF
5. Some Tunes to Set The Tone
Biden: what if I just played it from my phone real quick— Barack & Joe (@bidenandobama) November 13, 2016
Hillary: We're not playing The Imperial March when he gets here, Joe pic.twitter.com/7l2RIJ8gru