Put your weirdest ideas and references into a retro lasergrid, for some reason.
There are hundreds of these messages floating around, and many of them are abjectly weird, kind of funny, or just references to other memes.So, yeah, that's happening. It's happening to the point that people are already sick of it, and it will soon die of overexposure. In fact, it may have died before it ever got big. This tweet is from June: But if you feel like living out your neon-and-chrome retrowave dreams, just go ahead and do you. I'm glad you asked! There you go. And if you get bored of this one, the same website is a deep, timesucking rathole of stylized text designs. So far, none of them has the popular appeal of '80s neon graffiti, but if the Stranger Things title graphic generator proved anything, it's... that people love a vintage Stephen King vibe. But if it proved anything else, it's that text generators as a form of expression are alive and well, and their meme possibilities are far from exhausted.
Type anything you want in the 'Stranger Things' title font
One of the most compelling things about Netflix 's '80s-throwback horror series Stranger Things was its consistent retro aesthetic, right down to the use of ITC Benguiat as the title font . And now there's a generator that lets you replace the Stranger Things logo with the words of your choice.
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