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Me Vs. You is an image macro series that compares the original poster (OP) with the viewer, typically presenting the OP in a positive light or superior position.
The earliest known “Me vs. You” image macro was posted by Tumblr user fuckeverylastoneofyou on June 11th, 2012, which identified a girl falling off a broken swing as “you” and her swinging partner as “me” (shown below).
On August 17th, 2012, Tumblr user cythereans posted a GIF of Lady Gaga walking past a group of men in a scuffle with “Me” and “You” captions (shown below, left). On June 27th, 2013, Tumblr user queen-neyde highlighted an animated GIF with “Me” captioned by Britney Spears gesturing dismissively at another woman captioned with “You” (shown below, right).
On January 28th, 2014, the Internet humor blog Mandatory highlighted several notable examples of “Me vs. You” images and animated GIFs (shown below).
On March 31st, Tumblr user levi-corps posted two screen captured images of Pokeballs from the animated television show Pokemon (shown below, left). In the first month, the post gained over 4,900 notes. On April 23rd, the MTV blog Buzzworthy published an article about Me Vs. You image macros in the context of a photograph featuring pop star Justin Bieber interacting with a group of fans (shown below, right).
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