Go Memes! 🧐

Since Don Quixote was delusional and Sancho Panza was clear-headed, perhaps the labels should be switched.

True, but the innuendo is that despite the help, the usage of the tool does not guarantee a sane result :wink:

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The image is actually from a video of a great japanese song ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iI_z_2JIS0 ) and I had to screenshot it. If anyone knows the artist I’d love to have the image in better quality :slight_smile:

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My take was “I’m smart, but I’ll never strive for excellence, because it requires a certain delusion of grandeur”. :woman_shrugging:

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That works too :smiley:

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It’s “Soul of King” by Zhuangyue Xiao.

Here’s a tip: you can use Google to find similar looking images by clicking on the camera button:

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wow thanks a lot! I really appreciate it. :smiley:

I never really had a need to look up an image, so I wasn’t aware of that functionality at all :slight_smile:

ok, then I’ll go for two this time:

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This is not really meme-worthy, but it is indicative of how the whole thing feels sometimes :stuck_out_tongue:
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The thing that strikes me the most about this picture is that all of these books are placed on the shelf backwards. Why are they pages out, versus binding out? Won’t someone think of the future customers?! :scream:

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I was tempted to go to the mystery section of our own local library and do the same thing :smiley:

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I think that’s the point, to make which book one selects a mystery. I don’t think the books are necessarily only from the mystery genre either.

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I guess it was April 1st in a real bookstore? Whichever the case, that was an awesome idea/prank :slight_smile:

It is a lovely day outside, so I turned a local landscape into a meme … somewhat :stuck_out_tongue:
This place is 5km from my home, but there are some days even I am finding hard to believe that photo.

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Reminds me of a scene in Interstellar, when a person in another dimension/time sees the back of a bookshelf

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cohabiting groups!

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cultivating the obsession for good shapes

click on it

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that is me but when i find out there is handicap and i’m matched against someone whose rank is 20k but they’re more like 15k

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