Weak Aura vs. Strong Aura
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Weak Aura vs. Strong Aura is a series of memes, often ironic, where the traits of someone with a weak aura as opposed to a strong aura are presented, the former under a dark silhouetted figure and the latter under a glowing figure. The meme first appeared on Instagram in 2018 and became popularized throughout the 2020s as users photoshopped the listed items.
On October 13th, 2018, Instagram user awaken_healers posted a meme featuring a dark silhouette of a man on the left labeled "weak aura" and a glowing man on the right labeled "strong aura." Under the man on the left is the text "attracts negativity" and under the man on the right is the text "attracts positivity and abundance." The meme gained over 6,200 likes in five years.
The earliest known memes using the format were uploaded online in September 2020, although the original meme is unknown. For example, on September 12th, 2020, Instagram user rat.mans.memes posted a Shawty's Like a Melody version of the meme, garnering around 35 likes in three years (shown below, left). On September 14th, Twitter user @sandavidcito posted a version of the meme that gained over 130,000 likes in three years (shown below, right).
The format became increasingly popular throughout the 2020s on sites including Reddit, Instagram and Facebook. On June 9th, 2021 Redditor frankieeei posted a version of the meme to /r/ShitPostCrusaders, garnering over 6,600 upvotes in two years. On August 2nd, Redditor fergiboi123 posted a version to /r/okbuddyretard that gained over 1,100 upvotes in two years (shown below).
On March 11th, 2022, Instagram user grapejuiceboys reposted a meme possibly originally by Instagram user @lotmart but seemingly deleted referencing the fuck it we ball meme, garnering over 85,000 likes in a year (shown below, left). On May 1st, 2023, Facebook page Trad West posted a version of the meme using the Chad vs. Virgin characters that gained over 5,100 reactions and 470 shares in two weeks (shown below, right).
 Instagram – awaken_healers
 Instagram – rat.man.memes
 Twitter – sandavidcito
 Reddit – ShitPostCrusaders
 Reddit – okbuddyretard
 Instagram – grapejuiceboys
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