The 'First Of All' Meme Is Gaining Traction Online And Honestly, We're Here For It

From having annoying friends, to avoiding uncomfortable situations like the Black Death, to finding new and creative ways to ghost people you have absolutely no interest in, this is the kind of meme with serious potential.

From ‘Mocking Spongebob’ to ‘Blinking Guy’ to ‘Salt Bae,’ the internet is literally chock-a-block with the kind of content that goes viral and occasionally crosses over into meme territory.

The latest trend to capture the hearts and minds of internet users worldwide is the ‘First Of All’ craze, which – in all honesty – is potentially the sassiest meme we’ve seen this side of 2017.

Let’s all get checking out an update from MTV News…

It basically involves social-media users turning the tables on some of the stupider quotes flung in their direction, with a selection of the finest responses being literally one swipe away on Twitter.

From having annoying friends, to avoiding uncomfortable situations like the Black Death, to finding new and creative ways to ghost people you have absolutely no interest in, this is the kind of meme with serious potential.

“What percent you on?”

First of all this my charger

— Nupetoven (@AntoineViccario) October 15, 2017

“but you said your 5 mins away”

First of all I didn’t say where I’m 5 mins away from

— ki’. (@gvldenkirstyy) October 15, 2017

“When am I gonna see you again”

First of all, you saw me by accident.

— ASHA. (@ashawarsamee) October 14, 2017

people are like “you get over things quick” first of all i unhealthily repress all my trauma

— ℬri (@ufobri) October 15, 2017

“You read my message but didn’t reply”

First of all I didn’t mean to read it

— b.b 🎃 (@Benoo_Brown) October 15, 2017

Woah.

Anyway, it looks like this is the death knell for the ‘Right In Front Of My Salad’ meme that – let’s be real – only gained traction when the ‘Blinking White Guy’ content finally started drying up.

Let us know your thoughts on this with a tweet @MTVUK.

Source:: MTV — News