After months stuck in isolation, the thought of heading out and painting the town red sounds pretty appealing. While many of us ‘know a spot’ and have good intentions, we don’t always nail it – and this meme currently sweeping social media is proof of that.
The ‘I Know A Spot’ meme has started making the rounds on Twitter, and before you start investigating for a chuckle – prepare to feel personally attacked.
The premise is straightforward. It’s all about picking a crappy physical or emotional ‘destination’ and assigning it to a character.
Some versions of the meme take aim at folks’ dodgy dating habits and romantic choices, while others put fictional and non-fictional characters in the spotlight – like journalists or Geminis.
Some prime examples are “men be like ‘I know a spot’ and then take you to rock bottom” or “introvert be like ‘I know a spot’ and then go home.”
Even celebrities aren’t safe from the ‘I Know a Spot’ meme. BTS fans have jumped on the meme in hoards, and even Harry Styles is the subject of one that reads, “Harry Styles be like ‘I know a place’ and then takes you to an imaginary island to meet a fish.”
Speaking of feeling personally attacked, millennials recently found themselves in the hot seat when a bunch of TikTok zoomers started sharing their thoughts on the older generation.
Speaking of TikTokers, hear how they trolled Trump below:
The insults range from millennials saying “doggo” and “adulting” to using Buzzfeed quizzes to find out their favourite wine. One user wrote, “millennials will attack you if you disrespect their Harry Potter house,” while another mocked millennials for saying “give me a slice of pizza and wine.”
There’s something about calling people (and things) out that takes a meme from good to great. And honestly, who does love a bit of good old fashioned self-deprecation?
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