When rage comics get real
Rage comics are crudely drawn stuck figures started on image board 4chan in 2008 as a way to represent equally crude emotions.
Now the popular comics can be seen on people’s faces in real life—sort of.
In a new video, called “Rage Comics - In Real Life,” YouTube comedy troupe PistolShrimps uses some clever special effects to show what Rage Comic emotions, such as troll face, me gusta, and epic win, would look like on a real person.
In less than a day, the video has collected more than 567,000 views and 4,000 comments.
As YouTuber StopDropDoBarrelRoll put it, “Best. FFFFFUUUUUUU-. Ever.”
The Daily Dot has reached out to PistolShrimps for a comment and is making this face while we wait.