Eventually, "covfefe" will come to mean:
- An "Acme" module.
- A Twitter interface.
- Error data.
- An error message.
- An unspecified action like "frobnicate".
- A substitute curse.
- Ivanka's latest fragrance.
- The answer to what is for key pls.
- Dr. Strangelove's missing launch code.
- It's the internet. It'll be forgotten.
- No-one will use it for fear of sounding like him.
- Update: A US law
Update: added link to Matt cartoon.
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