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Environmentalists Are Putting A Climate Change Twist On The #10YearChallenge

If you're a social media user of any kind, by now you are well acquainted with the #10YearChallenge. The meme involves users posting contrasting photos from 2009 and 2019 to highlight how much they have changed. The meme has gone on to be used ironically, and now it's being used to create climate change awareness. 

Instead of posting impressive glow-ups or dank memes, some users, politicians, and organizations have taken to Twitter and Facebook to highlight the rapid destruction of our environment. Emaciated polar bears and melted glaciers make our versions of the challenge seem more shallow and narcissistic than they already did. We encourage everyone to get involved in this movement and help protect the world for ourselves and future generations.

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This New Simpsons Meme Is All About Hiding The Truth

We all have flaws we'd rather not present to people. Some of us suffer from depression, some of us have weird kinks. Society rarely focuses on the real problems, and if invading aliens really learned about our truths they'd probably destroy the planet as a favor. These are the themes of this clever meme featuring Homer Simpson proudly showing off his tighty whitey clad frame. He looks fit but, but alas, it's all a facade. His back fat is tighty clamped so that Marge can't see it. While we appreciate this trending meme, Redditors have been making memes to point out the fact we've basically seen it before. Where the original memes at?

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A smoke stack dealer in Wisconsin had this to say about "rolling coal:"

"I run into a lot of people that really don't like Obama at all. If he's into the environment, if he's into this or that, we're not. I hear a lot of that. To get a single stack on my truck — that's my way of giving them the finger. You want clean air and a tiny carbon footprint? Well, screw you."