Sarcasm rules Egyptian presidential election
As always, humor prevails on Egyptian Social Media platforms, users posting photos of presidential candidates posing with inked fingers, former members of the old regime waiting in line to cast their votes, while others call for Batman for president.
Amr Moussa posing with an inked finger.
Mubarak-era culture minister Farook Hosni standing in line to vote in Dokki. (black suit)
Abo El Fotoh posing with his ''inked'' finger inside a Nasr City polling station.
Presidential candidate Mohammad Morsi raises an inked finger.
Mehdi Akef, ex Ikhwani Morshed, shows his ''inked'' finger after voting.
A picture of a police officer posing happily with Jimmy Carter inside a polling station in Cairo.
Al Katatney, Chief of Parliament, proudly shows his inked finger.
Activists and bloggers start to crack jokes regarding the poses Egyptians and Egyptian media tend to focus on during elections.