Having grown tired of "Shit Girls Say," some of our favorite Facebookers and Tweeters have propped the "What I Do" meme on their social media shoulders, and it looks like it's here to stay. Thanks to the aforementioned meme, we now know what directors, designers, writers, journalists (x2)... Nic Cage, fashion designers, and many others think they do, what their parents think they do, and what they think we think of what they do (does that make sense?). Unfortunately for this meme's haters, it isn't going anywhere soon. Here's why:
You Don't Need to Be That Good to Create This Meme
Unlike the very popular Shit Girls Say meme, this meme requires even less technical skill and fewer snappy lines. Photoshop or MS Paint, no one will know the production value you may have put into the meme the way you would with a bootleg version of a "Shit Girls Say" meme. And as Know Your Meme points out, the template for the meme is relatively simple. Apparently one Canvas user posted a "Director" version of the meme on February 10, and many derivative replies appeared quickly -- speaking to the ease of replication.
The template's right here (white font and a couple of pictures later and you'll have yourself a meme).