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Super Threesday: The internet doesn’t know what to call today’s primaries

With every election year comes a Super Tuesday.

The name is usually for the first Tuesday in which the most states take part in primary elections and caucuses.

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Matt Ford, a reporter for The Atlantic, seemed to make one of the first observations of CNN's missed opportunity to come up with a clever name for the second Super Tuesday of this election cycle March 7.

He then made a similar observation for the third super Tuesday.

Soon, others weighed in with their thoughts, often inspired by movie sequel titles, like the "Fast and Furious"  franchise.

Twitter as a whole got on board with its own movie-themed suggestions:

Yet there still seems to be some confusion over what number this Super Tuesday is.

But to be clear, the only day somewhat officially named Super Tuesday is the first one.

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