I adore memes, and I’m sure you do too. Some refer to it as “philosophy in a photograph”; for others, it is a form of addiction. A few well-known faces just take over the internet for a short period of time, but who truly understands what their backstories are? Without a doubt, there is some truth to memeology!
Back in the early 2000s, a piece of web art titled First World Problems dazzled the crowd and gained widespread attention. Or maybe you just needed to get something off your chest! How many times have you heard friends and family members complain over the most insignificant of things, completely losing their sense of humour? Silvia Bottini has made her appearance. That tearful, dejected expression belongs to a working Italian actress, though she is not widely known. Thanks to her, the plight of the ungrateful was made a whole lot more entertaining! In fact, she has never talked publicly about her sudden international celebrity, choosing to keep her attention on her day job instead. Her Instagram, on the other hand, is constantly filled with joyful photographs! From Scumbag Steve to Bad Luck Brian, here’s what you need to know: What happened to them, and where do they currently reside?
These days, free farting is a popular topic of discussion! There may be a few outliers who proudly display their out-of-control flatulence, but they are few and far between — so few, in fact, that the Trying To Hold In A Fart meme was instantly relevant to millions of others. Michael McGee is the polite youngster who is credited with inventing the meme, albeit he recounts a slightly different version of the story when he does so. He claims he was simply attempting to demonstrate his friend’s forehead veins, but other people are not convinced. To put it another way, he is now in his early twenties and is attempting to live a completely regular life. Please, everyone, leave him alone!