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Columbia’s Meme Is Wrong

Columbia Alumni (and other accounts?) posted a meme on Instagram (and other channels?) that is wrong.

Apologies for the horrible quality screenshot, our website sucks.

Hopefully, you can see that they said LinkedIn is the Thinker statue, Facebook is Alma, Instagram is that weird thing on the EC bridge, and Tinder is Pan in front of Math. Well, this is incorrect. Alma should be LinkedIn, Thinker should be Instagram, and Pan is correct as Tinder. If we’re including Barnard statues, the Greek Games statue is ideal for Facebook.




This is the correct version. Please do not argue with me because I am right.

Wrong meme via Columbia Alumni on Instagram

Greek Games statue via Barnard College

Correct meme via Youngweon Lee

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous One of those articles you can tell was written by youngweon from the very first sentence

  • Anon says:

    @Anon Yeah, well, that’s just like your opinion man…

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