Reshare and create trending memes today to quickly become viral
We are not the same memes
These catchphrases originated on Twitter and you can still use them to be trendy. You can add the phrase “We are not the same” in a post where you compare yourself to someone in a joking way. It sounds like sarcasm and is suitable for an IG caption or tweets. For example:
Choking memes (dedicated to strangulation) came to the Internet from Naruto. And they are still at the top in Generation Z. Now animals also participate in them. The main thing is to find a picture with a funny face and you can make all your followers laugh, share and go viral. Now the meme has migrated to TikTok and you can find content by this hashtag.
Sco pa tu manaa?
This is a slang term that came from Ghanaian rap and can now be found on top memes. The meaning of the phrase is impossible to guess if you are not an expert in Internet slang because even in Ghana it doesn’t mean anything. However, it can often be found on Twitter, Tiktok – but a simple translator will not help you … In posts, it means literally – “What do you think about this?”. The passphrase has gone viral, so add it to your Tweet and get featured.
Skip Bayless Twitter
Follow Skip Bayless
Here’s the full video link to this week’s “Skip Bayless Show” feat my wife Ernestine baring her soul about what it’s like to live with me and my games. She won every debate … https://t.co/U5gG0Mhzxp
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) May 19, 2022
Elon Musk Twitter
To be clear, I’m spending <5% (but actually) of my time on the Twitter acquisition. It ain’t rocket science!
Yesterday was Giga Texas, today is Starbase. Tesla is on my mind 24/7.
So may seem like below, but not true. pic.twitter.com/CXfWiLD2f8
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 19, 2022
Shannon Sharpe Twitter
You agree with Quake? https://t.co/JWDQJlL49U pic.twitter.com/OFoTuqu6MK
— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) May 19, 2022
Ben Shapiro Twitter
The Left is really mad about this film but any single one of them could have shut it down before it started just by answering the damned question. But literally none of them can, and they know it, and so this film had to be made. You brought this on yourselves. https://t.co/awt7JXiljX
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) May 19, 2022
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