Yes, WannaCry is horrible. It locked people’s files and ruined businesses all over the world. With that being said, that doesn’t mean people can’t have fun with it.

Over the last few days, a new Internet meme has become popular among infosec professionals, and that’s the act of photoshopping the WannaCry ransom note on anything that has a screen.

The trend emerged over the weekend after people kept uploading images on Twitter with real-life WannaCry infections, such as universities, train stations, ATMs, ad displays, and factory equipment.

It only took one troll to photoshop one image to get the ball rolling. Now we have all sorts of craziness, ranging from pregnancy tests to the Star Trek Enterprise. Below is a selection of the weirdest images you’ll find on Twitter if you search for WannaCry.

Pregnancy tests (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Nokia 3310 phones (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Washing machines (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Microwave ovens (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Air conditioner remotes (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Smartwatches (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

LED screens (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Nest devices (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Google Glass (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Old school digital watches (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Old computers (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Firewalls (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Nintendo Game Boy (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Nintendo DS (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Car GPS systems (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Wall Street (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

The Matrix (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

The Star Trek Enterprise (source)

Photoshopped WannaCry ransom note

Sean Spicer (source)