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Time Magazine Tries To Make "Hold My Avocado" Happen, Gets Destroyed On Twitter

Time Magazine is getting roasted on Twitter following their claim that "hold my avocado" is the catchphrase that's been missing from millennials lives. Their riveting think piece was inspired by a tweet from Google Ventures' Ken Norton. The tweet, which puts a millennial spin on "hold my beer," is definitely a clever joke - but clever jokes don't always make the best catchphrases. 

Since the article went up, Twitter users have been responding with memes and jokes - ridiculing the magazine and the phrase. Here are come of the choice bits. 

Collection of Twitter memes and jokes about Time Magazine's Hold My Avocado article about millennials.
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These Unlikely Star Wars Spin-Offs Are Giving Us Life

Twitter heroes @TheUnlikelyGame teamed up with @HashtagRoundup yesterday to kick off a hilarious hashtag game. The object? To come up with the best and funniest "unlikely Star Wars spin-offs." The results are pure gold, combining the sci-fi universe with series such as Walking Dead, Batman, and bizarrely enough, Laverne and Shirley. 

Collection of Twitter memes regarding Star Wars spinoffs, #unlikelystarwarsspinoffs, Darth Vader, Darth Maul, Han Solo, television.
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Game of Thrones: 23 Best Reactions To The Most Recent Episode

Has your heartbeat slowed since last night's epic episode, "The Spoils of War?" We're still shook. The show's creators managed to pack an incredible amount of action into the shortest run time in Game of Thrones history. Twitter agrees; everyone seems to think it was, quite literally, LIT. 

Game of Thrones memes and twitter reactions to episode 4 - the Spoils of War on HBO - cover pic of Jamie Lannister Everything on fire but this if fine meme.
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