Bill Clinton Just Cannot Get Enough of Balloons At the DNC

Is that not the face of a man who loves balloons?

By Dominique Haikel Jul 29, 2016 8:22 PMTags
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'Excited Bill Clinton with Balloons' is one of the most GIF-worthy moments to occur at the Democratic National Convention. Obviously, tons of pics, GIFs and videos are all over the Internet and show no signs of floating away (ha, get it?). Let's be honest with ourselves for a minute. Why would we want this golden moment to pass us by? Just look at that face. Tell us that's not the face of a man who loves a good pile of balloons. Tell us that he hasn't been waiting for this moment the entire time. Tell us he isn't literally all of us.

He's the former President, for gosh sakes! If he wants to kick around a few patriotic balloons to celebrate his wife, why the heck not, right? It seems like his enthusiasm even got Hillary Clinton in on the party, as she can be seen tossing around a few as well. The family that plays with balloons together, stays together. Serious question, though, who the hell is cleaning all of those up afterward? More importantly, do you think Hill's hub got to take any home with him? We hope so. We haven't experienced such wonder and delight since we heard the Muppets were coming to Disney World

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"Hello, it's me. I was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet?" 

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TFW you realize this moment may or may not be better than becoming president back in '93. 

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Tom Hiddleston looks at Taylor Swift the same way Bill Clinton is pining for this balloon.

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When you reach out to the stage at the Beyoncé concert and miraculously graze hands with the Queen. 

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When you're literally the pantsuit goddess and you've been waiting to celebrate for numerous decades.

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When you realize you don't even have to ask anyone to take one of those balloons home.

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There's nothing witty left to say. You can't caption pure joy. 

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