The Best ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Title Memes

30 August 2018, 15:40

God bless the internet…

The success of ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ is unprecedented. It should come as no surprise at all that a Netflix teen rom-com about love and drama would be a hit but this one is really breaking the internet. The film is about Lara Jean – and the leaking of her private love letters – which creates havoc in her life. In other words, it literally has the perfect plot. Better still, Lana Condor (Lara Jean) leads it perfectly.

📸 Follow us on instagram at instagram.com/popbuzz 📸

In fact, the film is so popular that the TATBILB fandom has now turned its memorable title into an incredible meme. Taking to Twitter, people have adapted the name into various amazing and hilarious forms. Whether they stick to the norm or put their own spin on things, they’ve amused us (and targeted all of our emotions).

To All the Boys I've Loved Before
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

Picture:
Netflix


So: To All The Fans Who Made Us Laugh With Their Memes, We Salute You.

Here are just a few of the best.

We’ve all been there.

Tinder suits the meme perfectly.

Because that is the only reason we use Tinder, right?

This one’s important.

Learn to pronounce people’s names.

This is just rude.

WHAT ABOUT ME?!

Then there are those who aren’t up to date with meme culture.

Stay in the know.

And those who think they’ve got it all figured out but don’t.

You’re wrong.

A girl’s got to do what a girl’s to do.

At least it is good cost cutting.

This happens maybe too often.

Guilty as charged!

One for all the Hannah Montana fans out there.

Iconic.

It works for anyone with an overactive imagination.

*re-enacts Romeo and Juliet in dreams*

Hey x

*read*

This one hurts.

So many train romances.

This one hurts even more.

“We tried to tell you!”

Okay Twitter is just targeting us now.

Block that guy!

One for the Directioners.

Sorry guys but Harry is our ‘Only Angel’.

We did not asked to be called out like this.

Ffssssss.

And last but not least even God got involved.

We’re done.



See also  https://www.popbuzz.com/tv-film/rupauls-drag-race/gigi-goode/social-media/

Leave a Reply

Back to top button