Who Would Win? Sprite Cranberry Or 7-Up Cranberry

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November 21: Who Would Win? Sprite Cranberry Or 7-Up Cranberry


Thanksgiving is in just a few days, so for “This Day in Meme History” we’re serving up a feast of memes ranging from the old to the new-ish. First up on the menu is the age-old question format of “Who Would Win?,” followed by a serving of “Wanna Sprite Cranberry?” (because it’s that time of year we suppose) and lastly, for dessert, the copypastaTFW Too Intelligent.” Who says you can’t have a little pasta for dessert?
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Who Would Win? The Age-Old Debate

Posing the question “Who Would Win?” in various hypothetical battles between two opposing subjects, this image macro series has circulated the web since at least 2010 and has continued to evolve to maintain its relevancy through new formats like “1 Billion Lions vs. 1 of Every Pokémon” or “30 Billion SpongeBobs vs. Goku.” As a highly adaptable setup for memes, it’s safe to say that this one will continue on for years to come. Read more.
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Wanna Sprite Cranberry? No Thanks, LeBron

Most of you are probably familiar with this commercial that features a creepily animated LeBron James asking if you “Wanna Sprite Cranberry?” Released in November 2017, the ad inspired the creation of various image macros and remix videos that year all around the web, as well as some truly hilarious photoshops that put the claymation LeBron into a wide array of iconic scenes. Read more.
 
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TFW Too Intelligent: It’s Big Brain Time

An abbreviation for “that feeling [I get] when [I am] too intelligent,” the copypastaTFW Too Intelligent” features the meme character Wojak and is used on 4chan to mock those who express feelings of superiority for subscribing to various ideologies and beliefs. Known for the edits of Wojaks or Pepes with bloated heads and bulging veins, the phrase has become rarer these days, but the big-brained images have continued on. Read more.
 
 
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