I spend an unreasonable amount of time on Facebook. I manage an advocacy group, just came off of a fundraising campaign and am trying to gain a base for a variety of other projects. I pretty much have the page open all day. And because of that, I spend a lot of my day scrolling through the trash otherwise known as Internet Memes.
While some of these word pictures were at one time very funny, with repetition each posting is a soul-sucking drain on the respect you have for your friends.
The following are the ones I hate (in no particular order):
Any of the Willy Wonka pictures.
If you post this meme I know you are old enough to have seen the movie and can reasonable suspect you know who this actor is. Posting this meme screams “I hate the new generation.”
Obama Memes: I understand, you don’t like the president. But do you really, now be real, give a fuck about Benghazi or are you posting that because of other reasons you may not be aware of?
Crazy Eyed Girlfriend
It was funny once. But after you posted 30 different versions of this meme your friends know you secretly admire her.
I hate that I love these. I know I should despise them. They are vapid Internet filler that I constantly waste time on.
Weird Face Guy
I just don’t get it. Please, why is this funny? What does it reference? I just don’t know.
Yeah … once this shows up from you I know you’re just a bitch who judges other people. which is just a #firstworldproblem
Chris Nolan’s second Batman was an awesome movie. Heath Ledger was an awesome joker. But seeing it now just makes me sad he is dead. Let it go. Please. Just Do it.
Title Card ones
I actual like this specific one. I mean look, she is going to kiss them. But there are too many of these out there. Find another way to express yourself.
Mr. Norris is awesome. I concur. But, ask yourself this, when was the last time he was relevant? The eyes of the ranger haven’t been on television for a while now.
“Bitches be all like…” That’s something you would see on these photos, right?
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