Elections can get nasty, there's not doubt about that. But the usual cheap shots and bickering comes from leaders and political parties looking to lessen their opponent's credibility. This time election nastiness is coming from Canadaians who are using the Conservative campaign slogan against Andrew Scheer.\nLast week the Conservatives released their campaign slogan, It's Time For You To Get Ahead, and it had some pretty unexpected consequences. Many people jumped at the chance to flip the script on Scheer and criticize and take shots at him.\nThe slogan was meant to show Canadians that voting the Conservative government into power would mean them getting ahead with more money in their pockets.\nMy Conservative government will live within its means and put more money in your pockets. It’s time for you to get ahead. pic.twitter.com/sYfhhmsMvI— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) August 26, 2019\nBut that's not what people are focusing on.\nInstead, people on Twitter were quick to turn the slogan around and use it against Scheer. And people are still razzing the Conservative leader, telling him he needs to get a head.\nMy slogan for the Conservatives is "It's Time for You to Get a Head." Thanks. I'll be here all week. 😉 https://t.co/hiWB5lpp47— Hamish Marshall writes Scheer's tweets (@MyPetGloat) August 29, 2019\n#CDNpoli It’s Time For You To Get A Head... ... of Stephen Harper. https://t.co/iAEx6JDZEy— T.O. Resident (@TO_Resident) August 30, 2019\nPossibly the only Canadian political slogan with an inevitable double meaning: "It's time! For you to get ... a head?" https://t.co/MhMo1isBBa— Tristin Hopper (@TristinHopper) August 23, 2019\n#cdnpoli The Conservative campaign slogan sounds like something Victor Frankenstein might have said to his creature: “It’s time for you to get a head.” :-)— Doug Janack (@DougJanack) August 28, 2019\nIt’s time for you to get a head scan pic.twitter.com/QxiQ2h37kh— Amir Nashed (@Lbrince) August 27, 2019\n@AndrewScheerIt's time for you to get a head. That vacuum filled orb on your shoulders doesn't appear to be working very well.#NeverScheer https://t.co/SUCoH55tXF— Not On My Watch (@NotOnMyWatch9) August 27, 2019\nConservatives new campaign message "It's time for you to get a head". Where do you get a new head? What is wrong with my old one? I never did understand the Conservatives.— Jennifer Lash (@jenlash) August 23, 2019\nIt's actually hard to find support for Scheer and the Conservative slogan. But the tweets against the slogan and Scheer are still funny.\nIt’s time for you to get a head pic.twitter.com/oU0WGJffT4— Blue Sky (@Brewski68) August 29, 2019\nActually I think it’s time for you to get a head. The one you have isn’t working.— Blackbird Stevens 🇨🇦🏳️🌈 (@sphowe) August 27, 2019\n"It's time for you to shake your head" or"It's time for you to use your head" or"It's time for you to get a head". So many options.— Greg Bee (@gregwb78) August 23, 2019\nTo the Cons whose slogan is: “It’s time for you to get ahead” I say, it’s time for you to get a head on your shoulders. We’ve experienced regressive policies before. We’re not buying what you’re selling.#Chooseforward— hoppinpoppies (@hoppinpoppies) August 26, 2019\nIt’s time for YOU to get a head.* #cpc #cdnpoli https://t.co/QgxAKN03QA— Captain Politics (@Cap_Politics) August 27, 2019\n#cdnpoli #canpoli #elxn43 #Election2019No, no, Conservatives, not "Time For You to Get Ahead" Your slogan will soon be "It's Time For You to Get A Head, Andrew Scheer".Conservatives unveil campaign slogan, new TV ad as election call nears https://t.co/6fQhUm32Av— Oooh, Canada ! (@CanadaOooh) August 23, 2019\nIt’s time for you to get a head! #scheer #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/4xMfZbeOmm— doug rogers (@dougsamu) August 29, 2019\nThis is definitely not what the Conservatives had planned with the release of their slogan. But people don't care about what the slogan is meant to mean, they're just seizing the opportunity to hit back against a political leader.\nIt'll be interesting to see what else comes out of this election cycle, since there are just under two months to go.\nThe federal election will be held on Monday, October 21, 2019.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.