A new meme based on a clip from "Spider-Man: Homecoming" in 2017 has gone viral this week. The clip is a Captain America PSA delivered to high school students in detention.
- A Captain America meme has gone viral this week based on a clip from "Spider-Man: Homecoming" in which Captain America delivers a PSA to high school students in detention.
- The meme generally begins with "So, you…" and mentions a bad decision someone has made that Captain America is about to talk you through.
- "Homecoming" was released almost a year ago, so it's strange that it's only now going viral.
A new Captain America meme has gone viral this week based on a clip from "Spider-Man: Homecoming," and it might help you deal with some bad decisions.
The meme is based on a "Homecoming" clip in which Captain America delivers a PSA to high school students in detention (Cap doesn't actually show up; it's just a video shown to the students).
Even though "Homecoming" was released nearly a year ago, the meme is only now gaining popularity on Twitter. The meme is an image of Captain America sitting in a backwards chair about to give students a life lesson on the choices they make. It usually begins with "So, you…" and then mentions a bad decision.
Some Twitter users have even crossed the meme with other popular memes, such as the "Is this a pigeon?" meme, this week's "yanny vs. laurel" viral sensation, and the "I don't feel so good" meme based on another Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, "Avengers: Infinity War."
Others were topical for different reasons, and poked fun at everything from the NBA semi-finals to "Solo: A Star Wars Story."
Check out some of the funniest examples below: