Pictures of Bill Clinton holding different album covers

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People are sharing their favorite music using this Bill Clinton meme

Some were annoyed that the meme uses a picture of the former president.

Apr 24, 2020, 8:04 pm*

Internet Culture

Brooke Sjoberg 

Brooke Sjoberg

Some truly strange internet challenges are coming out of the international quarantines. The latest is sharing favorite albums using a meme of former President Bill Clinton.

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From putting on and taking off articles of clothing while doing a handstand to styling a pillow and belt as an outfit, people are coming up with interesting ways to pass the time. People participating in the newest challenge are showing off their favorite tunes using a picture of the former president.

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The trend has drawn a variety of reactions. Some people were excited to share their taste in music, and others were disappointed that the meme featured Clinton.

“If I ever release any type of music, I swear to God–I better not see Bill Clinton holding the album cover,” one Twitter user wrote.

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Others are coming up with their own alternative to Clinton—themselves.

“Don’t want to repost Bill Clinton to your Instagram story? I gotchu,” Twitter user @loonhoms wrote.

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The careful creation of this meme perplexed some online until they learned a website creates the image after you select the albums.

“Was so confused how everyone was perfectly photoshopping album covers into Bill Clinton’s hand before I was informed it is in fact a website that does it for you,” Twitter user @devbryce15 wrote about the meme.

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While some were unhappy about the choice of president, many seemed pleased to get the chance to share their taste in music.

“Bill Clinton album challenge. I don’t care what you think, Fall Out Boy are some real ones (yes, that was a pun on one of their songs),” Twitter user @stoicfervor wrote.

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*First Published: Apr 24, 2020, 8:03 pm