You really have to marvel at what exactly becomes a meme and what's consigned to the growing trash heap of the internet.
For some reason, the algorithm that controls memes has now decided that this screenshot from Spider-Man: Homecoming is the latest thing you're going to see Brand Twitter attempt to co-opt to reach potential customers whilst everyone else just looks on with a certain level of bemusement and a growing sense that popular culture is moving on without them.
Anyway, here's a smattering of tweets plucked that are probably the best examples. For context, here's the original clip.
You thought the Marvel Films would include people from the television shows or Netflix pic.twitter.com/WqiWeHd4zP
— Sage @ Momocon?! (@NewTSage) May 16, 2018
you thought you can easily move on from the damage caused by infinity war pic.twitter.com/3rpoGazcQF
— point break (@MARVEL0VE) May 16, 2018
So, you got your arm glued to a chair. pic.twitter.com/lcZEhVKbku
— Karto Destare (@Karto1989) May 15, 2018
You wrote a bad take on Twitter. pic.twitter.com/YByw1xEaHB
— âœ¨Olive âœ¨ (@OliveOilCorp) May 15, 2018
no one told you life was gonna be this way? pic.twitter.com/9nZYXWqaaE
— Netflix US (@netflix) May 16, 2018
I guess the fortune teller’s right pic.twitter.com/h6tp6cEwD4
— Stacy (@SilverStGroud) May 16, 2018