If you're planning on overthrowing the government and installing your own, perhaps consider a spelling lesson first.
A Facebook comment calling for a "kudatah" against Rachel Notley's NDP government has sparked hilarious online responses, after someone mangled the phrase "coup d'état."
The comment, which was originally posted Nov. 30, 2015, was made in response to a post by Global News Edmonton about an Alberta legislature rally over the government's farm safety bill.
It made its way to Reddit, where it was posted under the headline "Geniuses plot 'kudatah' in Alberta."
— Paul Tomaszewski ن (@PaulTomBlog) January 12, 2016
— Jamie Post (@Jamie_Post) January 12, 2016
— Paul Doherty (@pgalberta) January 12, 2016
Seriously, though, think of the poor person who posted this. We bet they wish they had used a nomdaploome.
— Keith Silva (@keithjs) January 12, 2016
Maybe we should stop ridiculing the #kudatah folks. It's not nice to take please in others' misery. Shoddenfrewd is not very becoming.
— Jay Gamble (@DrJayDrNo) January 13, 2016
I hate to admit it, but #kudatah does have a certain genehsaykwah.
— Robin (@diesellibrarian) January 13, 2016
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