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Men's Group Chats refers to a series of jokes about what people assume a group chat made up of a collection of men would look like. These jokes generally either feature wholesome or vulgar conversation.
On June 16th, 2017, Twitter  user @sadposting posted a screenshot describing the difference between "Women's group chats vs men's group chats" (shown below). The post is the earliest known instance of the meme.
On August 30th, 2019, Twitter user @LoveSarae tweeted a parody of "Men's groupchats." The post reads, "Men’s groupchats: Guy 1: 'Did you cheat on her?' Guy 2: 'Yeah bro' All the rest: 'ahahaha' 'sksksks' 'I’m deaddd.'" The tweet, which became the inital spread of the meme, received more than 7,400 likes and 1,600 retweets in less than six months (shown below, left).
Several days later, Twitter user @BokuNoBeefDip retweeted the post and added a joke about sharing "anime ass" and the rest of the chat responding "nice." Within six months, the tweet received more than 68,000 likes and 14,000 retweets (shown below, center). Twitter user @renessh97 tweeted, "actual men’s groupchats Futsal Tonight :-" and no one responding. The tweet received more than 4,400 retweets and 2,500 likes in less than six months (shown below, right).
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