The best and worst thing about the internet is that nothing ever, ever, EVER gets deleted. I mean ever. Once it's on there, you have to assume that it's on there forever. Someone will screencap it, record it, share it, and that'll be shared a bunch of times. It'll be hosted in various locations online and even if those go down there's definitely at least a few people who've got that unfortunate photo of you drunkenly eating Jack-In-The-Box on Halloween night 2014 on a hard drive somewhere.

This is especially true for high profile social media accounts.

So when Yahoo accidentally tweeted the N-word while reporting on Trump's "bigger" navy, people noticed.

01 - PCPzzBk
imgur


Yahoo tried it's best to cover up the glaring error.

02 - cTPIULi
imgur


And since this is Twitter we're talking about here, and it's Yahoo of all news agencies that made the unfortunate tweet, people noticed.

03 - 5r7ZIzi
imgur


They started roasting Yahoo hardcore with offensive jokes using the #n***ernavy hashtag.

04 - NYtv11e
imgur


05 - J9MxNsv
imgur


06 - 7xc2Ovr
imgur


07 - g2z5gBR
imgur


Things got real stereotypical, real fast.

08 - rDwawX1
imgur


09 - gbzgQ4D
imgur


10 - 4c2xE4z
imgur


11 - CU7FNzr
imgur


12 - FPpBhSu
imgur


13 - 1jpM8pb
imgur


14 - Q7xALGg
imgur


15
twitter


16
twitter


17
twitter


18
twitter


And, of course.

19
twitter

Oh Twitter.