as a meme, it’s sort of 2011-3-ish, BUT it lives on in two ways: it made an appearance as an increasingly-verbose meme (I love those) but more importantly, it’s a common reply in meme comments on Youtube + iFunny and other places. People say “Doubt” as a reply who *probably* don’t know the origin of the Doubt meme, as its older, but that’s the beauty of memes how they never seem to die.

as a meme, it’s sort of 2011-3-ish, BUT it lives on in two ways: it made an appearance as an increasingly-verbose meme (I love those) but more importantly, it’s a common reply in meme comments on Youtube + iFunny and other places.

People say “Doubt” as a reply who *probably* don’t know the origin of the Doubt meme, as its older, but that’s the beauty of memes how they never seem to die.

For a deconstructionalist meme, this really was a bit of genius on the part of its author. As a post modernist type, I love this stuff.

dec

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