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Reddit Good, TikTok Bad is a series of memes which label Reddit the superior platform and often refers to TikTok as cringe or cancer in comparison. The commentary began on Reddit in 2018 and continued to through 2019.
In October 2018, following the viral TikTok trends like Hit or Miss and I'm Already Tracer Redditors began voicing their annoyance with TikTok through memes. For Example, on October 6th, 2018, Redditor Normified uploaded a they had us in the first half image to r/dankmemes commenting on how TikTok is even worse than Musical.ly (shown below). The post gained over 7,300 points (96% upvoted) in two years.
Minecraft Good, Fortnite Bad refers to a series of memes ridiculing the mainstream 2019 meme trend of praising Minecraft and criticizing Fortinte, particularly popular in major meme communities on Reddit such as /r/dankmemes and /r/memes. The contrarian trend gained popularity on iFunny, Instagram and some communities on Reddit during Spring 2019. In the second half of 2018, memes making fun of Fortnite and its audience gained significant popularity in the major meme communities on Reddit, particularly /r/dankmemes and /r/memes (examples shown below).
On September 5th, 2019, Redditor GlenMerlin posted I love democracy image to r/dankmemes which comments on the comparison of App ratings (shown below, left). The post accumulated over 1,600 points (96% upvoted) in four months. On January 9th, Redditor Leith_DaBeef uploaded another image regarding TikTok to r/dankmemes which gained over 12,400 points (85 % upvoted) in 15 days (shown below, right).
On January 16th, Redditor Gilgames32 uploaded an image to r/memes which compared watching TikTok to hell and garnered 4,700 points (97% upvoted) in eight days (shown below, left). On January 22nd, Redditor madmilkaddicted uploaded a 9 out of 10 dentists meme comparing Reddit to TikTok to r/dankmemes and accumulated over 1,800 points (90% upvoted) in two days. The resurgence of TikTok Bad, Reddit Good memes was documented in an article by StayHipp.