Memes are truly the greatest cultural achievement of the XXI century. But they’re also the worst. Depending on who you’re asking. One way or another, memes are definitely a phenomenon. Some are funny, others make you think, or even change your life in some way, but we rarely take into account that those are real living (most of the time, at least) people. Being a living meme can change people, and you’re gonna see exactly how.
1. Ridiculously Photogenic Guy
His name’s Zeddie..? Who names their child Zeddie? Well, either way, this dude’s popularity peaked in 2012, when he became a meme. He still remembers those days, and cherishes them as a very positive experience.
2. Salt Bae
This Turkish god of meat – Nusret Gökçe, is probably the most famous chef after Gordon Ramsey. You’ve all seen him do his thing, and if you haven’t – well, just google “salt bae”.
3. First World Problems
For the longest time I did not understand what this meme was all about, but then it hit me – I didn’t have those First World Problems. Her name’s Silvia Bottini, and, as it turns out, she’s a model-slash-actress from Italy.