Are memes contributing to your waistline?
They just might be.
According to an *actual academic letter from Loughborough University, researchers wrote “inaccurate/inappropriate health messages” contained in memes could be a contributing factor.
“A picture of an overweight child with the caption: Free food? Count me in!” was sent along with the letter as example and that the child in question was very likely me too.
While the topic remains to be debated, my health is not. Calories add up, ladies and gentleman. If your meme intake is as serious as mine – you too will become obese and rolling in pussy with the memes you accumulated through it.
*Source: 87284 (Actual research paper .pdf download)