The story starts not too long ago when an anonymous Twitter user who goes by Barry, created an account dedicated to bringing more empathy, kindness and humor back into the world. Amazingly, the account grew to more than 120,000 followers in just a few months. Its content provides an alternative parody of how a mature, more presidential Trump should tweet. The account has been featured in HuffPo, Mashable, USA Today, Time, Cosmopolitan, New York Magazine, Washington Post, BBC and has been described as “the most powerful and among the most elegant uses of social media for justice that I’ve ever seen.” His followers include comedians, actors, politicians, rock stars, mega-best-selling authors and billionaires, but mostly just everyday people like Barry who care about and want to create a better future.
Barry decided that since the term “Russian Ties” was being bandied about in the media, he would create a humorous, tongue-in-cheek physical product that proves that Russian Ties™ are 100 percent real. If you ask Barry about the project he will admit, it was never his intention to create these amazing gifts when he started the account. But for those wishing and praying that Russian Ties™ are real — well now they are! It's a bipartisan tie. Everybody else seems to have Russian Ties™, now you can too!
So for those who want to share a laugh, start a conversation and bring more kindness into the world, you can experience one of these great gifts. These novelty neck ties (including extra long and bow ties) were inspired by and designed to resemble exclamation points — and are meant to be a humorous conversation piece, a commemorative collector’s item and perhaps become one of the most popular gift items for the upcoming holiday season — or in the history of mankind. They can be tied (in most cases) to mid-zipper length and the backs are Scotch™ tape ready. The ties are now available for purchase at www.RussianTiesareReal.com. Order today and receive one ounce of 100% genuine inspector-grade covfefe for free!
Barry suggests buying one to wear, one as a gift and one you can send to your Congressman — or straight to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
“I promise that if I sell more than 51,000 ties, I won’t buy a $51,000 floral coat unless it goes on sale — and I won’t become a paid lobbyist for Turkey. I’ll be too focused on making a yuge difference in the world.”