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    my brother tragically is infected with memes and because he's only 9 and still a child , he doesnt really understand how cringe it is to forcifully say things like ''Y U NO GET IT'' to sound funny. i often have to tell him he's not funny cos in the real world he'd probably get weird looks.

    then there's some socially awkward people in my school who bring memes into conversations like ''U MAD?'' ''JOHN CENA'' and i just wish i wasnt there witnessing the cringe, genuinely feel second hand embarrassment for them.
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    "Y U NO GET IT?" and "U MAD?"... What is this, 2010?

    #dicksoutforharambe
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    I mean there was a time period where the whole class would only say 21 like that kid in the vine :lol:

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    (Original post by surina16)
    I mean there was a time period where the whole class would only say 21 like that kid in the vine :lol:

    my brother just discovered that and it's disappointing. he even asked me to take part with him to act out the meme by telling me to ask him ''what's 10 + 9''

    WHYYYYY would you do things like thissss
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    my brother tragically is infected with memes and because he's only 9 and still a child , he doesnt really understand how cringe it is to forcifully say things like ''Y U NO GET IT'' to sound funny. i often have to tell him he's not funny cos in the real world he'd probably get weird looks.

    then there's some socially awkward people in my school who bring memes into conversations like ''U MAD?'' ''JOHN CENA'' and i just wish i wasnt there witnessing the cringe, genuinely feel second hand embarrassment for them.
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    This must be one of the unfortunate signs of judgement day.
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    No, that's absurd. Internet stuff stays on the internet.
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    Yes, in my 6th form college memes are associated with cool. Mind you we don't talk about it the same way as OP is saying.
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Yes, in my 6th form college memes are associated with cool. Mind you we don't talk about it the same way as OP is saying.
    oh how do you discuss memes then?
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    What's a real life conversation?
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    oh how do you discuss memes then?
    We show each other memes, and like talk about memes in general like being a meme admin, how to make a good meme.
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    then there's some socially awkward people in my school who bring memes into conversations like ''U MAD?'' ''JOHN CENA'' and i just wish i wasnt there witnessing the cringe, genuinely feel second hand embarrassment for them.
    I really want to see that :lol:
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    oh my god no that's just embarrassing, it's just a guilty internet secret my friends and I pledge never to mention irl
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    I also rep people in real life
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    it's hard for pepe to manifest in real life but i'm always trying my best
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    I tried to upvote somebody the other day and they gave me a funny look.

    In all honesty, no I don't, and the only people I know who do are cringy.
 
 
 
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