Political analysis has been flooding social media ever since the candidates took the stage, but if you need a little break from all of the tense debate drama, a few laughs are just a "snap" away.
Users of the popular photo and video sharing app, Snapchat, immediately started using the face recognition on the application to put filters on the Presidential nominees' faces and the results are circulating on social media.
Many twitter users shared their snaps with the twitter-verse. For some it made the debate even more entertaining, for others it made the debate "bearable."
For the snapchat fun, check out the tweets below:
Do yourself a favor and add some fun to the debate with snapchat filters ? pic.twitter.com/IVq3nDxDqJ
— Adessa Morris (@Adessamarie3) September 27, 2016
— Jenna-Ley Harrison (@jlharrison_news) September 27, 2016
Everyone's snapchat who watched the debate pic.twitter.com/HhaF7qRiVY
— Rachel Farmer (@rachelfarm04) September 27, 2016
Snapchat filters are the only way to make this debate bearable pic.twitter.com/lKwdCI7zh9
— lukey charms (@luke_livermore) September 27, 2016
If this debate is starting to get boring to you, just add Snapchat filters and it'll raise the entertainment value. pic.twitter.com/J87jJkgRQ0
— Shannon The Dude (@ShannonTheDude) September 27, 2016
— Ashley Till (@AshleySiriusXM) September 27, 2016
When you realize Snapchat is the only thing that's gonna get you through this debate pic.twitter.com/4s1dN80zzM
— Sarah Crandall (@sarah_crandall) September 27, 2016
— Kelly Bazzle (@KellyBazzle) September 27, 2016
Twitter user Kelen Capaner joked at the trend, calling out his fellow Americans.
If you didn't watch the debate and put a snapchat filter on either of the candidates, are you even an American?
— Kelen Capener (@KelenKeller38) September 27, 2016