Today in "Real life is Veep," Donald Trump welcomed Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the White House and made things weird with his long, lingering touch.Abe's reaction quickly became a meme seen 'round the world, as his expression is, truly, all of us.Pres. Trump and Japanese PM Abe meet, shake hands in the Oval Office https://t.co/rG1oCqyhkf pic.twitter.com/njJ13Qi3s1— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 10, 2017 If you didn't catch the dialogue:https://twitter.com/jesseberney/status/830107430914777088After the 19 seconds of contact, Abe couldn't help but display his relief.https://twitter.com/SteveKopack/status/830107279777230848It's just as cringeworthy in this different angle and lighting.An honor to host Prime Minister @AbeShinzo in the United States. pic.twitter.com/f6TvfZ6sMj— President Trump (@POTUS) February 10, 2017 And the memes began to flow.too easyCurb Your Abethusiam pic.twitter.com/8jF5Ouu0zR— The Gregory Brothers (@gregorybrothers) February 10, 2017 Japanese PM Abe vows to himself to never visit United States near Valentine's Day ever again.#TheResistance pic.twitter.com/0V20kTEejg— Trump For Prison 2021 #LockHimUp (@Resist_N0W) February 10, 2017 Trump and Japanese PM Shinzō Abe’s EPIC handshake. pic.twitter.com/NdFY2qFhqr— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) February 10, 2017 Abe: Ok, you can let go nowTrump: I own Japan now.Abe: That's not how this worksTrump: I'm sorry I dont understand ChineseAbe: Fuck you https://t.co/dnUinvxNh3— Efren (@GsanchezEfren) February 10, 2017 Despite the awkwardness, Trump was very complimentary of Abe's handshake skills. Perhaps he lingered for 19 seconds to hold onto the magic.In Oval Office, POTUS told Japanese PM Abe he had "strong hands."— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) February 10, 2017 Hope this humiliation doesn't mean war with Japan.