There's nothing we like better than a good meme. Over the past few years, meme's have risen to new heights of popularity, giving us the opportunity to laugh and laugh about anything and everything. Now, a remix of a popular 2017 meme has come back in the best way possible. It focuses on self-identifying sexuality in a multiple choice quiz layout, following the standard vibe where you can choose between different sexual orientations, but the final choice is a made-up joke. The internet is loving it. We're here to share some of our favorites and explain where this meme came from.
I’m:— nicole boyce (@nicolewboyce) May 24, 2018
🔘 Calling to let you know how disappointed I am in your story. There’s many things that I read in here that were false. Like you saying that I wore six inch louboutin heels to court with my tweed skirt, when I wore four inch little brown bebe shoes
The above is a hilarious version, with tons of likes and retweets, and for good reason. It doesn't just stop at that, with song lyrics being added into the equation to get you right in the humor-feels. After all, if you can't complete a meme with Britney then is it really worth anything at all? We opt for no, but then again, we're not always so "Lucky." See what we did there?
I’m:— Jonathan (@ABadDadJoke) May 25, 2018
🔘 NOT. THAT. INNOCENT! pic.twitter.com/hwEkb5J3be
According to industry experts (aka people who spend way too much time browsing the internet), the meme is a reworking of a similar 2017 version which was formulated like a Craigslist personal ad. Craigslist used to be the go-to place for lonely hearts who could place a wanted advertisement, describing which sex (male or female) they were interested in. The meme gave people the standard gender options along with a third choice, which was the punchline.
I'm interested in:— ℒ (@faIIout5) August 2, 2017
🔘 crying about fictional characters who will never love me back no matter how much I tweet about them
If we've learned anything from this resurfacing, it's that you just can't keep a good meme down. Just when you think it's been done to death, it comes back from the chasm of the internet to fight another day. With many social media users creating memes on the daily with the idea of going viral, it's unlikely that meme-mania will die out any time soon. It's not an easy thing to strike lucky on though, with so many different ones out there to choose from.
Is this the best you've seen in a while, or just another lame attempt? What are your favorite renditions of this meme, old and new? Let us know in the comments!