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Aware Wolf refers to a four-panel image macro showing different interpretations of how to read and spell the phrase "a werewolf": "A werewolf," "A wearwolf," "A warewolf" and "Aware wolf." In the late 2010s, the image began being used as an exploitable in which "Aware Wolf" would be paired with a caption expressing the author's opinion, similar to memes like Double D's Facts Book.
On September 8th, 2013, a Reddit user posted the four panel image outlining the four different types of ways to read "A werewolf" to /r/funny, gaining over 2,100 points in the subreddit and 4,700 points on Imgur.
Towards the end of the decade, the image began seeing use as an exploitable in which the "Aware Wolf" would share an opinion that the poster regards as a deep truth. On March 20th, 2017, the Facebook account Feel the Liberty posted such an example with the punchline Taxation Is Theft. On December 28th, 2018, Reddit user JustANormalSwede posted an example saying Big Chungus "was never a good meme" (shown below, right).
Other popular examples include an October 23rd, 2019 post in /r/memes that said Free Hong Kong in the fourth panel (shown below, left) that gained over 15,000 points (shown below, left). User Fidtheous posted an example on August 17th, 2019 in /r/HistoryMemes that gained over 900 points (shown below, right).
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