Welcome to the weekend roundup, where the top memes over the previous weekend are rounded up and examined more closely! This previous weekend was very bizarre, with the residual energy from Spooktober making it a meme weekend that was brimming with negative energy.
There was the shockingly far from normal creepypasta like Come And Learn With Pibby! from Adult Swim, Silent Hill music with the format Tighten Stare and, unfortunately, the real-world fatal tragedy that occurred at a Travis Scott concert.
Travis Scott Concert Crush
Travis Scott Concert Crush refers to the Astroworld Festival event that Travis Scott had set up in Houston, Texas over the weekend. There are conflicting reports about what happened, how multiple people died, and what his proper response and procedure should have been, but none of that really matters aside from the fact that people are dead and Scott has refunded the tickets and canceled future concert plans for now. That being said, it didn't stop memers from referencing the event all weekend long.
Come And Learn With Pibby!
Come and Learn With Pibby! is an Adult Swim show that is expected with no due date yet. The premise of the show is that it starts off nice and cute, like a typical preschool show, before quickly going off of the rails as a glitch-like entity begins to corrupt the cartoon world, thrusting Pibby into other TV shows from different networks, only to watch beloved characters like Fred Flintstone die. The show has generated a massive amount of hype in a short time due to its fresh idea and use of older characters in an unexpected way, as well as an influx of memes about it.
Tighten Staring is a meme that started off as a reaction and quickly evolved into an audio-visual meme by utilizing the song Never Forgive Me, Never Forget Me from Silent Hill. The premise of the meme is to be staring at something in utter disbelief or in creepy terror when the meme revolves around skinwalkers.
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