Critics take Bobby Jindal's #AskBobby effort in an unintended direction: 'Did you like Marcia, Jan or Cindy better?' _lowres

Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK -- Republican presidential candidate, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal addresses the crowd at a reception held at the Louisiana Governors Mansion, Saturday, June 27, 2015, in Baton Rouge.

Believe Again, the super political action committee backing Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s run for president, took to Twitter Tuesday, urging people to ask Jindal questions by using the hashtag #AskBobby. As is sometimes the case with these types of brand-directed hashtags, it didn’t go as planned…

#AskBobby was quickly taken over by Jindal critics with jokes mocking the 2016 hopeful.

With three hours until a town hall meeting in Iowa, where the #AskJindal questions were initially intended to come up, #AskBobby was one of the most popular hashtags on Twitter, quickly rising up the ranks on the social media site’s “trending” list.

Below is a sample of some of the #AskBobby tweets. Click here to scroll through the whole feed.

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