In the 21st Century, the preposterous term “a man of culture” is not often employed without irony. Who would be able to give himself such a prestigious title? That’s the reason why the most popular meme of all time, “I see you’re a man of culture,” hilarious. Ridiculously funny.
The meme features an image from the Last Samurai barber of the samurai in the anime of 2010 Arakawa Under the Bridge. He encounters someone who prefers the classic topknot hairstyle, and declares “Ah, I see you’re a man of culture as well.”
However, the sincerity has been absent from the meme, particularly the variations that were the mainstay of Reddit’s r/dankmemes in the early part of 2017. The subreddit for dank memes is a fertile source of original content in its most virtuous form. It turns into an over-simplified version of 4chan culture in its worst moments. It focuses so much on “ironic” jokes about Nazism and pedophilia, suicides, and school shootings thoughts that it could be able to come out in the opposite direction and openly praise these incidents.
I See You’re A Man of Culture is an image featuring a screenshot of The character Last Samurai in the animated series Arakawa Under the Bridge with the caption “Ah, I see you’re a man of culture as well.” The image usually has mock dialogues to demonstrate an appreciation for a particular passion or hobby. However, some claim that the subtitles of the meme aren’t official.
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