As the world pauses for a brief media moment to consider what in the world a "covfefe" is, some of our favorite suggestions are—no surprise—firmly found in the realm of food.
One Jeremy Smith envisions covfefe as a splendid new name for Toffifay, the hazelnut-flavored treat—noting that they are "ideal for small hands." The word does seem to fit comfortably as the brand name for a candy your grandmother might proudly display in a glass bowl on her coffee table. Doily not included.
@CovfefeV styles the word as a vodka brand. Why does covfefe now seem so distinctly Russian? Strange, nyet?
Others prefer to retain the mystery of the covfefe. Edward Tostono tweeted "My Uncle Luigi had a secret recipe for our family specialy [sic] meat sauce, it contains no covfefe!" Well, that certainly clears things up.
Then there's the obvious, but still on point, iced covfefe. Sounds delicious, n'est-ce pas?
Or maybe you should just use the term to completely confound your local barista, as @Daikon suggests: "Coffee or tea?" "No thanks, I'll stick with Covfefe."
Additionally, a mysterious Twitter account purporting to be the official account for RC Cola was apparently suspended after posting a covfefe-related burn.
Last word, though, goes to @JakeAllard who tweeted, "If I hear another 'covfefe' joke I think my head is gonna explode."
Dude, we totally agree. Now, please pass the covfefe.