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Usually, when Twitter quietly changes stuff about how their service works, it’s to make things needlessly obtuse or aggravating. Now, though, a hot Twitter shortcut is making its way around the internet, and it should actually make all of our lives significantly easier. Here’s how it works: First, go to the search bar on your Twitter client or on the website. Then, simply type the word “asshole,” and you’ll go right to the page you were looking for:

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It also works with “fascist,” “the worst,” “racist,” “bigot,” and probably others:

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Finally, no more wasting time as you try to remember the name of that famous asshole. Apparently, this has been happening for at least the last few days, but nobody seems to know how or why—unless it really is a brilliant time-saving update from Twitter. Also, this isn’t the first time Trump has been associated with funny search terms, as pranksters rigged Google’s algorithms last year to make Trump’s name come up when you’d search for “wankpuffin.” Whatever’s happening this time, it truly is a gift from the internet gods.

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UPDATE: Twitter has removed these results.