RIP to all other meme templates, these memes are the funniest; check out Twitter's new meme-fest

Karishma JangidUpdated:Wednesday, March 24, 2021, 05:17 PM IST
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Feeling the midweek blues? Fret not! You always have Twitter and its ridiculously hilarious trends to look forward to.

Recently, Twitterati came up with an amusing trend wherein people virtually write "RIP"--a long-gone personality--'you would have loved' and add something that they would relate to in the 21st century. Get it? There's also a lot of dark humour and sarcasm accompanying the trend.

For example, first and foremost, Rumi would have cringed all our cheesy, stolen-from-Pinterest Instagram captions, right?

One of the best things available in the 21st century is therapy.

We are living in Orwell's 1984, aren't we?

Here are some of the most hilarious tweets in the 'would have loved' trend:https://twitter.com/LittleBitOfAD_/status/1374640259791785984?s=19

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