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Meme Of The Week: Canceling Plans Is Perfectly Ok According To This Meme

Twitter took a 2017 self-care tweet from Chance the Rapper and turned it into this week’s biggest joke.

Canceling plans is an anxiety inducing process if you’re a person with even the smallest bit of anxiety. Deliberating on what to say or text someone in order to sneak out of a “fun” plan is excruciating, no matter your excuse’s level of credibility.

Twitter, taking inspiration from the strangest of things, took a 2017 self-care tweet from Chance the Rapper and turned it into this week’s biggest joke. In it, Chance says: “Canceling plans to read is okay. Skipping a party for the gym is ok. Staying home to cook is ok.” We get it. His heart is in the right place but the guru talk is practically begging to be memed.

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Because memes are nonsensical and only meant to be understood by people who, I don’t know, live and breathe through the internet, new iterations of this joke now reference all kinds of ludicrous scenarios inspired by movies. Don’t think too much about it; you can’t apply logic to memes.

From The Parent Trap to Lady Bird, have a look at some of the funniest versions of the meme:

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