Over the years, Captain America has proven to be a figure who embodied the age that he"s defending. In the 1940s he came to life as a Nazi-punching hero whose heroics endure and intermingle with a love for his country. Lately, the Captain America films have ushered in a tongue-in-cheek MCU appreciation for the character through the introduction of memes.
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The connection Captain America has made with moviegoers can be seen in the memes that circulate the internet. People inserting real-life scenarios and poking fun at the series and its character is all in good fun. That"s why Captain America"s "I can do this all day" memes are some of the best.
Finding the willpower to work out is half the battle and this Captain America meme embodies that struggle. You start off feeling like you can and will do it, and twenty seconds later (when fatigue sets in) you feel like tanking.
It"s ironic that this truth has been spoken through Captain America (a hero with more stamina and willpower than is humanly possible), but that"s what makes it funnier.
The ultimate showdown between Powerbeats by Dre versus Air pod users comes down to a Captain America meme, and it"s awesome.
Apple users will say that they"ve taken over the world for a reason, while Beats users will declare that you shouldn"t believe the hype. What"s funny is that regardless of wherever you fall in this debate, there is a case to be made for either side.
Anyone who has worked in retail (or step foot into a department store) knows that the Christmas store playlist is an endless loop of the same songs repeatedly played (especially when you"re working an extended shift).
It"s a big hassle: not only does it make you feel like you"ve been sucked into some kind of endless loop vortex, but it feels like the shift is never going to end. So you board up your strength and say "I can do this" and you make it to the end of your shift unscathed (for the most part!). Source
7 An Introvert"s Delight
This year has been a trying year for many of us, and this meme is truly making lemonade out of life"s lemons for all of the introverts out there. The point is that before COVID-19 hit the world like a slow and then all-consuming fire, you could leave your house freely and see whoever you wanted to see.
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Now introverts (who have presumably always filled their home with everything they need to keep it warm, cozy, and camp-out worthy) are supposedly doing just fine while extroverts are struggling terribly. The truth is, we"re all struggling (in our own way) to do our part to contain the virus, and this meme really does help us make light of that very real struggle.
Finding the motivation to study can be a tricky business, as half the battle is sitting down and staying focused long enough to do it. The effort most of us make to go beyond doing the actual studying we keep proclaiming to ourselves that we"re going to do is striking.
This meme is popular, having made the rounds on Pinterest and across the internet, but it really hits the nail on the head. The struggle is so real!
5 Who Needs A Restroom?
The anticipation to see a movie is exciting, especially when you"ve been waiting for what seems like forever for its release. Not wanting to miss even one moment is understandable, especially when in a Captain America film.
One scene can tell you an important detail that involves the whole story. So you either use the restroom before the movie begins or you ride out the discomfort until the very end.
There is nothing like a meme war between friends! The best part about a meme war is that those involved can make their own rules!
Mutual knowledge of your meme war opponent is confidently known after years of friendship, and both parties can ascertain what will stump them in the meme war and give them the victory. The only question to consider is who will get bored of speaking in memes first.
3 The Age Factor
Some say that when you reach a certain age (thirty) you have no interest in hard-partying anymore. Your priorities suddenly shift, and all you want in the evening is your couch and Netflix.
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Maybe, in some cases, this is a solid truth but overall this meme is a laugh either way. It makes light of the lifestyle changes we all go through in life (at some point) and sums it up in a way that is relatable to a lot of people.
Long before Reddit was a thing, people would respond and argue aggressively in online forums about everything, from movies to celebrities and even lifestyle choices. Today, people are either willing to dive right into the frying pan or simply lurk and laugh at the people who are willing to involve themselves in scathing debates with people who are perfect strangers.
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But arguing incessantly (especially with someone who won"t even hear a second opinion) is exhausting, and if that person is a stranger then forget about it.