Even the slightest of actions are greatly magnified on Twitter. And today, the kick-off point of hilarious memes is Twitter itself. As the app made slight changes to its font, netizens channeled their responses in the form of hilarious memes. Seems like the change is so small that a good majority of the netizens aren’t able to spot the differences even after wearing giant glasses. And the very few who actually managed to spot the change weren’t really happy about it. Seems like netizens aren’t really enthusiastic about change. Because we know what happened when Discord changed its logo design, ever so slightly. Although the fondness factor in the case of the new font is quite low, that hasn’t stopped the flow of memes from all directions. And soon enough, “Twitter font” made it to the trending list.
A Flurry of Memes
The incessant flow of memes is not a new sight on Twitter. No matter what happens, the first response is almost always a meme. Or rather, a chain reaction of memes. Now let us flip through some of the hilarious memes that sprang up on Twitter in response to the change of font.
Seems like the glasses aren’t really helping with the change spotting business.
— Andy (@iamandy1987) August 12, 2021
Now we know, where the app got its inspiration from.
— Abir Bhattacharya (@IamAbir82) August 12, 2021
Should we play another round of spot the difference?
OLD NEW pic.twitter.com/QCUfRC7ESF
— Thahir H (@Thahir4444) August 12, 2021
It is not just your eyes my friend.
How my eyes sees the new fonts !🤦🏻♂️ pic.twitter.com/3616Ayd4C3
— Thanos pandit. parody ® (@Thanos_pandith) August 12, 2021
Talk about people with sharp eyesight.
— ItsKois (@ItsKois) August 12, 2021
— HOOHOOHEHEHEHA (@totdotmp4) August 12, 2021
That is a really good question. If you don’t have sharp eyesight, or if your eyesight is normal, it wouldn’t make much of a difference.
— hourly bts (@shikoo__1) August 12, 2021
Ancient Greek mythology doesn’t sound that bad after all.
— Bhargavi (@bhargaviimurthy) August 12, 2021
Not really. Most cannot.
— Vernon Turner (@WeathermanVern) August 11, 2021
A better reaction is hard to imagine.
Everyone: the Twitter font changed
— Aamp (@aamptrack) August 12, 2021
Why did we not think of magnifying glasses before?
— JSWilliams1962 (@jswtreeman) August 12, 2021
We can definitely use some of that.
what tweeting how tweeting
felt like before feels like now pic.twitter.com/GsDLOmabal
— Man who is hopless romantic dreamer (@so_follow_u) August 12, 2021