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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reacts to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's answer to a question during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Trump called on Muslims to report things. Then #MuslimsReportStuff was born.

Trump called on Muslims to report things. Then #MuslimsReportStuff was born.

During Sunday's debate, Trump called on American Muslims to "report when they see something going on," apparently referring to potential radicalization. Twitter had other ideas.

#MuslimsReportStuff popped up overnight, and it didn't go as Trump implied.

There were some admissions of guilt. Kind of.

The horror!

Think about this one for a second.

Some dark secrets were divulged.

Others didn't enjoy the jokes.

Others didn't poke fun, but brought up the serious issue of Islamophobia.

And still others attacked Trump's debate performance and recent scandals.

Many pointed out that not all terrorists were radical Muslims.

But mostly, there were jokes.

Many of them were food-related.

Well, jokes, and promises to vote against Trump. 

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