.@mjrowland68 takes the democracy sausage to America for #USElection2016 and the locals love it! pic.twitter.com/ejhQtcrMeP
— News Breakfast (@BreakfastNews) November 8, 2016
The feeling is that, if American voters must be subjected to ballot papers that actually bear Donald Trump‘s name, the very least we can do is provide them with something delicious to help ease the pain.
Lets take some credit for it… or maybe claim it! One of our finest exports #democracysausage #electionday #aussietradition #auspol
— GarryGray (@GarryJGray) November 8, 2016
Hahaha I see the traditional #democracysausage election day BBQ is being introduced to the US. You’ll thanks us later, America.
— Nathan | LFC (@grubbavitch) November 8, 2016
I predict that the rise of the #democracysausage in the US (you’re welcome, love Aus) will see the 100 million people who don’t vote show up
— kate w. (@kateeeyliz) November 8, 2016
In the 1850s, Australian gave the US the “Australian ballot” (aka secret ballot). #democracysausage is the next logical step. #electionday
— Peter Fyfe (@FyfePeter) November 8, 2016
#democracysausage has made its way to the USA for #electionday I’ll say it, AUS’ best export. Big call since the Hemsworth’s still exist.
— Eilidh Jackson (@eilidh_jax) November 8, 2016
Wait. You guys are finally getting #DemocracySausage? Welcome to the meatiest kind of democracy, America. You’re welcome #ElectionDay
— Ryan (@frutescent_) November 8, 2016
To our American friends and foes alike: YOU’RE WELCOME.