The heart rate meme will help you express a staggering range of emotions

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The heart rate meme will help you express a staggering range of emotions


It is probably safe to assume there is now a meme for every single human emotion. Here’s one with a particularly broad scope: It’s meant to be used for any scenario that makes your heart rate go up.

Of course, this could be loads of things. Perhaps you’re feeling anxious, or scared, or excited. Perhaps you are simply experiencing the natural physical effects of exercise. Whatever your situation, feel free to explain it to all of Twitter using a few words and a lot of artfully arranged carets and dashes.

Some people are riffing on the original meme structure by changing the heart monitor ASCII (to a saxophone, for example) or adding a “flatline” component. A few of the riffs are from people who don’t like the meme, which, you know … fair. It’s not the spiciest.

Did we need this meme? Not really. Is it fun to make shapes out of punctuation? Definitely yes. So let’s call this one a net neutral while we continue our wait for the next Distracted Boyfriend.

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