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20 Comically Cringe Posts That Were Meant To Be Profound

We've all been through those angsty teen phases where fluctuations in hormones bring out the cringe in us. When I was 14, my worst display of teen angst was probably hiding in the bathroom during class to write poetry about being misunderstood. These days, the internet makes it much easier to embarrass ourselves by instantly oversharing and posting deep memes about the ills of society. But honestly, we're pretty into the 'deep' pseudo-philosophical cringe. Give us all the profound joker image macros and 'we live in a society' platitudes, because we think they're freakin' hilarious. 

We've got some great examples of cringey deep posts that were shared in earnest and self-reflexive memes that satirize the angsty teen voice.

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This Overly Dramatic Subway Ad Has Been The Victim Of Utter Mockery By Memers

It seems like every brand these days is using some profound human experience to sell their product in hopes that it'll insight some feelings in their customers. We've seen Burger King do it, and apparently now it's Subway's turn. 

Twitter user Ryan Simmons pointed out that a Subway commercial made in Brazil went completely over the top, to say the absolute least, in this new dramatic two-minute video. The seemingly heartfelt ad features a young boy coming of age and ends with him ordering a sandwich at Subway. How the hell Subway's marketing team thought that one up, we'll never know. 

The ad features the main character creeping on his own mother, peeing in a fountain, and shaving his head. Yeah, you're just going to have to watch it to even remotely understand what we're talking about.

This Overly Dramatic Subway Ad Has Been The Victim Of Utter Mockery By Memers
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