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We need to stop encouraging the idea that women are crazy when they're hungry

When good memes go bad.

FOR THE MOST part, memes are good. Memes are a beacon of hope in a world that could descend into nuclear war at any minute.

With most things, however, some obviously outshine the rest. Others have grown legs and become somewhat of a norm on the Internet.

The obvious one is the idea that women are rage-filled beings before they eat.

Tweet by @Gio Modern Day Source: Gio Modern Day/Twitter

It might seem trivial, but in the same way that pitting women against each other does, it’s damaging to women – and pretty pointless TBH.

‘Hanger’ isn’t an emotion unique to women. On occasion, we can all get cranky when we’re hungry.

Beyond the internet and within actual IRL relationships, if you’re tolerating anything like the childish behaviour outlined in social media posts to get likes, you need to take a long, hard look at yourself.

Thankfully, some people have sense.

Also – is it worth looking absolutely ridiculous in public for a few faves on Twitter?

Yeah, you’re gas getting your boyfriend to record you doing your ‘happy dance’ in the middle of McDonald’s with a chicken nugget in your head. You could lose us the right to vote with that carry-on.

Tweet by @Jhene Aiko Source: Jhene Aiko/Twitter

Bottom line – if you are an adult, you shouldn’t be relying on other people to buy you food/provide you with food, nor should you be throwing a tantrum about it.

Look up JustEat yourself and order your own damn spicebag.

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