Me Showing My Mom a Funny Meme
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Me Showing My Mom a Funny Meme refers to a meta social game in which participants show their mothers an image macro of Winnie the Pooh squinting at a piece of paper as a response to the caption "me showing my mom a funny meme." The intention of the video is to have the mothers inadvertently mimic Winnie the Pooh expression.
On April 13th, 2019, Redditor  emmperor_zurg posted the image macro in the /r/me_irl subreddit. The post received more than 28,000 points (98% upvoted) and 160 comments (shown below).
On April 22nd, Twitter user @kweenngee tweeted a video of a person showing their mother this meme. The post received more than 74,000 retweets, 180,000 likes and 1.37 million views in four days (shown below).
I HAD TO 😂😂😂😭😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/h8wiXallLJ
— missperu🇵🇪 (@kweenngee) April 23, 2019
Additionally, that day, Instagram user @bitch posted a version of the game, crediting the video to Instagram users @vivcarvalho7 and @nessamarquezini. The post received more than 627,000 likes and 4.8 million views in four days (shown below).
On April 25th, BuzzFeed  published a report on the meme.
When you show your mom a meme pic.twitter.com/yiY4CqZ2YP
— ʟɪʙʙʏ 🍪 (@madd_libb) April 25, 2019
 Reddit – /r/me_irl/
 BuzzFeed – The 'Showing My Mom A Funny Meme' Meme Is So Pure And Perfect
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