Everyone's laughing at Varoufakis' potential replacement -- for this reason

Everyone is on tenterhooks after Greece’s finance minister Yanis Varoufakis shockingly announced his resignation on Monday July 6 – only a day after the nation voted “No” in the bailout referendum.

There are four people that are potentially up for replacing Varoufakis but Euclid Tsakalotos, Greece’s deputy foreign minister and an Oxford-educated economist, is the markets’ favourite. He has a senior role in the government to coordinate negotiations between the country and its creditors.

But everyone is now laughing at him. Why? — because of his heinous use of the font Comic Sans in an official document, as identified by Business Insider’s Mike Bird:

Here are some of the reactions:


But then someone did remind everyone on Twitter that some of the greatest minds occasionally use the dreaded Comic Sans font:

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