So, you screwed up. You went searching for new memes again, and you found this one that uses a screenshot from last year’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. It takes the PSA video that Captain America filmed for students who received detention, which included Peter Parker, and turns it on you. Captain America (Steve, for those who know him well) is looking directly at you. He’s here to talk to you about something you did.
What’s that? You didn’t do anything, you say? That’s not what Cap heard.
Did you…uh…did you read the comments section?
So.— NormalBoots (@NormalBoots) May 15, 2018
You read the comments section. pic.twitter.com/chuWIGXNup
Did you share an image without crediting the artist?
So— Nomad // [ Launch4FighterZ ] (@OneTrickNomad) May 15, 2018
You didn't credit the artist pic.twitter.com/ALtn4R2rpf
Have you been sitting in the same place for three hours without moving?
so,— Tilly (@TILBOWATSON) May 15, 2018
you haven't moved for three hours... pic.twitter.com/Tp5tFKB6g1
You shared this meme, which originated from a video, as a still image. Why didn’t you just make it a GIF?
So.— Ragnal (@ThatGuyRagnal) May 16, 2018
You made a meme, but used a still image instead of a gif. pic.twitter.com/MoWOV93VYK
Did you talk to Cap and his son again?
So.— 🦇💜The Queen of Vore💜🦇 (@ItsyBatsy) May 15, 2018
You've talked to me and my son again. pic.twitter.com/wcLSH70XSh
Maybe you’re just worried about this meme becoming too popular and the normies ruining it.
Look, kid. The world was going to find out about this meme eventually. It was just a matter of time.