France’s recent President Is Making Everyone Super Hungry
Despite the sweet treat possessing an additional “a,” some Twitter users began confusing the two following Macron’s election win on Sunday.
France ?? .votes and shows us that it can be stopped. Wish we had done it. #macaron
— Mini Nair (@minicnair) May 7, 2017
I maintain reading Macron as macaron and, honestly, that’s so fitting
— Kristin C. (@StuffKRISWrites) May 9, 2017
I maintain reading Emmanuel Macron’s name as “Macaron,” which would actually be a better final name for a French president, let’s be honest.
— Jodi Westrick (@jodilyn) May 8, 2017
i still read macron as macaron bc food is famed, renowned to me
— Hannah (@hannahbawa) May 8, 2017
Some people felt the need to interpret the incompatibility, and also to distinguish those from “macaroons.”
A Macaron is a french confectionery.
A Macron is a French president.
A Macaroon is a coconut cluster.
— Andrew Joe Potter ? (@AndrewJoePotter) May 8, 2017
People then started thinking approximately an actual Macron macaron:
whether There was to be a Macron Macaron…. what flavour would it be ? ?
— ticket Hammerton (@M_HammertonChef) May 9, 2017
I sincerely hope Laduree introduces the Macron macaron.
— barbara barna abel (@BarbaraBarna) May 9, 2017
Incredibly, the notion then became reality: