“One Scaramucci is equivalent to 10 days” | The internet makes Anthony Scaramucci a measure of time

It appears the internet is far from done!

White House former Communications Director, Anthony Scaramucci whose record-breaking tenure came to an abrupt end on Monday may have just had his name permanently marked in the sands of time, literally.

It is already established that the former White House staff who was ousted on the request of new Chief of Staff John Kelly has had the shortest stint in that position in history.

But the new feather to his cap is that some people on the internet with support from digital dictionary, Dictionary.com have made Scaramucci into a measure of time and this is arguably the most interesting find on the internet today.

Just see how brilliantly it plays out:



And Dictionary.com could not stop its petty self:

While we scrolled through this hilarity, we came up with a few of our own derivatives from the new word:

“President Buhari to return to Nigeria in one Scaramucci” *we hope*

“Less than three Scaramuccis ago, members of the Nigerian Senate tried to name Saraki President” *we remember*

“My cable subscription will run out in two Scaramuccis” *weak*

We’re pretty sure being Anthony Scaramucci is the toughest thing in life this season. Until Trump kicks out his next victim, we’ll have a field day with this one.

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