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Me Opening up to Someone is an image macro series featuring photographs of various objects used as a metaphor to represent how difficult it is for someone to expose their emotional vulnerabilities.
On October 16th, 2015, Twitter user @RelatableQuote tweeted a photograph of an opened can revealing another can inside, along with the message "me opening up to someone." Over the next two years, the tweet received upwards of 7,600 likes and 4,300 retweets.
Later that day, the same tweet was reposted by the @glowmuva Twitter feed, which garnered more than 27,300 likes and 30,000 retweets in two years. On November 17th, 2016, YouTuber @flufferfish posted the message "Why don't you open up to people?" followed by a photograph of a cabinet in which a stack of bowls are placed precariously against the glass door (shown below). Within six months, the tweet gained over 90,200 likes and 59,500 retweets.
On February 12th, 2017, the @Dory Twitter feed posted a video of a man removing 11 do-rags from his head, along with the message "me opening up to someone" (shown below). Over the next two months, the tweet received upwards of 4,200 likes and 1,400 retweets.
Me opening up to someone pic.twitter.com/0K5WsTCqel— Dory (@Dory) February 13, 2017
On March 24th 2017, the @WorldStarFunny Twitter feed posted photographs of a pen package being poorly opened, along with the "me opening up to someone" caption (shown below). Within one month, the post gathered upwards of 5,700 likes and 2,000 retweets. Two days, later, Redditor bakedsnorlax420 submitted a picture of an orange being peeled to reveal another unpeeled orange with the caption, gained over 2,500 votes (91% upvoted) over the next month (shown below, right).
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