Provo, Utah – Brahim Longtreat, 27, is suffering from rejection, shame and isolation since his friends discovered he is always at least 6 months late with memes.
“I was a happy man until about 6 months ago”, Brahim explains. “I was having a twitter discussion with some friends and I posted an “evil Kermit” meme. My friends roasted me about it but it was soon forgotten. A few weeks later, I made a “Bone app the teeth” joke and it failed again. This time my friends really mocked me. They tested me on my memes knowledge and I failed. What started as a joke ended up quite serious. Some of my friends removed me from Facebook. Some even refuse to talk to me in real life. I feel so isolated since then”.
Even though the incident has been a wake up call, Brahim can’t control his memes nostalgia.
“I tried to be more modern with my use of memes, but I always go back to the old ones”, Brahim says. “Sorry, I can’t help it, old memes were just better. I recently made an “Alex from target” joke and lost some more friends. But you know what, I don’t care, it was worth it! If they can’t love me with my quirks, I don’t need them in my life. I want to be an example to men everywhere, you need to demand to be accepted for who you really are. Harambe would love me the way I am”