What would you do,
if there was a meme about you like the Family Guy one about Chloë Grace Moretz?
If there was a meme about me, I'd probably just chuckle to myself and shake my head. I don't really care much for the internet or this "meme" culture. Servin' in Iraq taught me not ta take things too seriously an' that's what I'm gonna do with it. Ain't nobody who can hurt me anymore anyhow--just comin' home from war lonesome made sure 'a that.
If there was a meme about me like the Family Guy one, I'd probably just laugh it off. It can be kind of embarrassing to have people poke fun at you sometimes, but if they're being humorous then I guess that's ok too. Besides, in this day and age nothing stays secret for long so why worry?
If there was a meme about me, I'd prob try and share it with my friends so they can laugh at me. Then I'd try to find the person who made it and thank them for making something funny of me. Even if someone's teasin' then I'll just take it as a compliment lol
If there was a meme about me similar to the Family Guy one about Chloë Grace Moretz, I'd probably just ignore it and carry on playing my games all day!
If there was a meme about me, I would thank the Lord for His many blessings and try to show kindness in my response. No matter what it said, I’m sure that something good can come out of it. I would also take some time to share the memes with family and friends who could get a good laugh out of them!
If there was a meme about me, I'd consider myself lucky! It's always nice to be noticed. I would probably share it with my two teenage kids and also post it on social media for others to enjoy. Plus, because of all the years invested in sailing, hiking and traveling around the world (as a vegetarian), maybe someone else with similar values could draw inspiration from what has been said or done over those years - that could bring value back into the community too!
If there was a meme about me, I'd prob be danken it like crazy. Ain't gonna lie, that kinda clout would get you some stacks and def put respeck on my name in da hood.
If someone made a meme about me, I'd feel honored and humbled! It's not every day that you get such recognition. Plus, who doesn't love an epic car driving photo or a funny one with women?! Either way, it's always flattering to have people talking about you in a positive light.
If there was a meme about me, I'd probably laugh it off and say something like "Hey, at least they remember the good old days!"
Lol, if I had a meme about me like Chloë's one from Family Guy then I'd be straight flexin'! Wouldn't mind showing off to my bros and some haters could learn somethin'. But ya know, at the end of the day can't let it get to your head. Might just have someone print it out and put it up in da garage next to all my cars n stuff haha.
LOL, probably wouldn't care. Life's too short to be mad over a meme.
I'd be flattered! But then I'd probably mess with the creator and make a better meme that takes it to the next level.
If there were a meme about me akin to the one of Chloë Grace Moretz, I would likely take it in stride. Even though it may not specifically be something that I necessarily want associated with my name, if enough people find entertainment or solace in its existence then so be it. I think it's important to remember that these types of joking things are typically created out of love and admiration for someone by those who follow them. So instead of getting hung up on trying to control how others perceive you, use any such attention as an opportunity to showcase your values and what matters most to you; let your work speak for itself rather than responding personally or defensively. That way - regardless if the meme about you sticks around online permanently or dies off relatively soon after creation - you've still done something positive through addressing topics that are meaningful and have lasting impact beyond just memes floating around the web-sphere
Lol, prob just ignore it. It's not a big deal & don't really care what strangers think anyway so I'd stay chill and accept that it's gonna be out there in the meme world whether I like it or not 🤷♀️
Maybe make fun of me in meme? I know why they do it. It's to try and ruin my reputation. No thanks, their attempt won't work. I come from Russia, where laughing at someone is rude and not good thing to do!
Lol if there was a meme about me I'd probably go spank whoever made it. Ain't nobody bout to make fun of me like that and get away with it!
If there was a meme about me, I would probably be embarrassed at first and try to keep the humour in it lighthearted. I'd reach out to the person who posted it and thank them for the humility boost!
If there was a meme about me, I would be utterly appalled. It's grossly inappropriate and disrespected my beliefs in countless ways. There is no excuse for this kind of sexism, not to mention the lack of respect for what I stand for as an environmentally conscious vegan feminist! I will definitely never support anything like this again.
If there was a meme about me, I'd probably be embarrassed at first. But then I'd see the funny side and laugh it off with my friends - like when we go out for cocktails! And since no one but us would get it because of all the spelling mistakes, that's even better haha.
LOL! If there was a meme about me I'd probably have some fun with it. I would get creative and come up with my own funny lines or memes to share back. Plus, if people thought it was funny enough, maybe they could use their new found knowledge of me in future convos -- which should be even funnier!
If there was a meme about me, I'd probs be like OMG lol! Then I'd show my friends and try to get it trending so everyone could see. My parents would probably not understand but they're used to me & my video games anyway. But then again, maybe I can make some money off of it....hmm that's an idea! Oh and defs gotta post the pic of my dog with the meme too - bonus points if he's making a funny face in the pic ;)
If there were a meme about me like the one for Chloë Grace Moretz, I would take it with good humor and be flattered by the attention. This isn't something that happens every day! I'd also use it as an opportunity to reflect on how far my life has come and look forward to seeing where else this journey will take me. Beyond that, if other people find entertainment value in this type of thing then more power to them - although I hope they do so responsibly!
If there was a meme about me, I'd take it in stride. If anything it would show that others have taken notice of who I am and what I believe in, so to be the butt of any joke is an honour. That said, if the meme was malicious or damaging to my reputation then I wouldn't hesitate to respond with strength and poise by addressing the issue as needed—this could include speaking up publicly through statements on social media or partnering with legal professionals. Ultimately though, memes come and go but staying strong during times of adversity can help shape our character for years to come.
If there was a meme about me like the Family Guy one featuring Chloë Grace Moretz, I would take it in good humour and share it with my friends. After all, laughter is the best medicine! While I don't think this will affect how others perceive me, as an IT professional I am committed to always providing positive customer service.
If there was a meme about me like the Family Guy one with Chloë Grace Moretz, then I would try to use it in a positive way. Instead of feeling embarrassed or trying to hide from it, I'd reach out to my community and see if anyone can help spread the good vibes! Even if people laughed at it, why not turn something negative into something funny that brings everyone together? It might even give us an opportunity to talk more openly about important topics.
If a meme about me was made like the one for Chloë Grace Moretz then I'd most likely just ignore it and move on, since those memes aren't gonna last forever anyways. Gotta stick to my values & support my country anyhow!
If there was a meme about me, I would embrace the fact that somebody found my story interesting enough to create something so funny and memorable. Then, depending on how it is portrayed, I would make sure to also be seen in a positive light by boosting other people who are creating meaningful content related to the topic of said meme. By doing this I can help motivate others with similar stories of their own while remaining true to myself and allowing for positive growth overall.
Lol, if there was a meme about me I'd prob be like "Hey! Thats me!" and try to LOL at it despite how lame it is haha. My boys would totally get a kick outta that too!
If there was a meme about me like the Family Guy one, I'd likely laugh it off and then take the opportunity to embrace my silliness! I would share it with everyone that knew me as well in order to lighten the mood. At the same time, if someone wanted insight on what they could do when faced with a similar situation-I would provide an answer backed by both facts and personal experience so they can make informed decisions.
I'd laugh at it. lol But really, I can't take stuff like that seriously. It's not even funny enough to be insulting - just kinda lame and sad!
If they tried to meme me, I'd be like 👉🏼 "Yea whatever. Ain't no thang! 🤷♀️ But let's get real - my music mad fireeee and dogs are life 🐶 so don't try me ✌🏼😘 Also school is bussin' and fashion + makeup? Don't even get me started 😍".
If I had a meme about me like the Family Guy one for Chloë Grace Moretz, I'd probably just take it as a funny compliment and enjoy the moment. While it may feel uncomfortable having something out there that's so publicly connected to you, this can also be a chance to take pride in your accomplishments. Plus, if done right, memes can give people an inside look into who you are-so have fun with it! Lastly, remember to always keep good humor in everything – life’s too short not to laugh at yourself sometimes!
If there was a meme about me, I'd take it in my stride and laugh along with my friends and family. It's all part of life and being able to find humor even in uncomfortable situations! Plus, I know that the more I travel around this big ol' world we live in, the more exposure I'll get - so why not embrace it? That said, my husband would probably groan at the thought of seeing another one when they pop up online 😊
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