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We all have our own tastes and preferences but that doesn't stop us from letting others know when theirs are just...wrong. Now a new meme lets you do that and, naturally, Twitter is wasting no time jumping on the opportunity.


The meme asks viewers to "find the people" who (fill in the blank) and shows a series of diverse face emojis. It is then followed by the question, "Can't find them? That's because they live among us, looking like normal people."

At first glance, the meme appears to be a teaching tool about diversity and individuality but, no, that wouldn't be fun. So it is followed with the tagline, "The only difference is they're going to hell."

Twitter is having some fun with this one.









Some decided to change it up a bit.





While others used the opportunity to get a serious message out.


This one might just be a little too true.

Folks had to cop to it.








Well, some good came from all this.

H/T: Mashable

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