Når man får Bono stappet ned i halsen tyr folk til ubetalelig humor.
Uansett hva man har å si om U2s samarbeid med Apple eller albumet Songs Of Innocence så har fenomenet ikke vært til å unngå. Og som alltid når noe kontroversielt skjer, ser folk humoren i det. For eksempel på Twitter:
helped a guy on the streets get the U2 album off his phone last night while on kimmel http://t.co/hhFHyN1K8e— Fall Out Boy (@falloutboy) September 17, 2014
Bono has always been inside your iPhone pic.twitter.com/BuLWUfHKSV
— Nicolas Linde (@nicolas_linde) September 18, 2014
WARNING: DO NOT click on links offering free downloads of the new U2 album. They lead to free downloads of the new U2 album.— u.v.ray™ (@uvray_) September 9, 2014
Knock knock Who's there? U2 Oh no— Trouteyes (@trouteyes) September 10, 2014
My coworker handed me her phone and asked "how do I get U2 off?" and I managed not to say "show them pictures of starving children eating."
— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) September 17, 2014
If you hack into the iCloud now, these are the only images available to steal. pic.twitter.com/kWHmRUBUhl— JamieDMJ (@JamieDMJ) September 18, 2014
will remove U2 album.... pic.twitter.com/Raz0ahuuIn— billie ray martin (@billie_r_martin) September 17, 2014
when U2's album popped up in my library without my consent pic.twitter.com/tbKidAnPvH
— Bitch please ♚ (@ItsThingsInLife) September 18, 2014
Finally got the new U2 album off my iPhone and now it's on my landline.— Ben Hoffman (@thebenshow) September 17, 2014
When I was a kid we didn't have digital music, so U2 had to personally come to your house, tie you up, and jam a cassette tape in your mouth— Bucky Isotope (@BuckyIsotope) September 17, 2014
You don't understand, Mom! We got free U2 music. This is *my* generation's Vietnam!
— Zach Weinersmith (@ZachWeiner) September 17, 2014
Son when I was a kid, U2 was very popular and you had to pay for their albums. Anyway can you please get them off my phone.— Brian Gaar (@briangaar) September 17, 2014