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It’s Day 4 at the Tokyo Olympics and India’s Mirabai Chanu has already made the nation proud by bringing a silver medal home in weightlifting.
Although the sports event is far from over and Indians are eager to know how many medals we will win, desis have found another way to keep the celebration going and win a whole different kind of medal.
© Instagram/Saikhom Mirabai Chanu
They are having their own sports event called the Meme Olympics and are handing out medals to celebrities, politicians and anyone who won at the meme game recently.
#MemeOlympics is trending on Twitter and people are finding it quite relatable and accurate (and hilarious, of course).
— Anurag K. S. (@heyyyaks) July 25, 2021
Some of these memes are pure ‘gold’ and totally deserved a medal for real for making us laugh.
Before you think it is an actual sensible event, don’t forget that it is a Meme Olympics held by desis on Twitter, which is bursting with sarcasm and it couldn’t get better.
Without much ado, let’s show you all the deserving candidates who made desi internet proud.
© Shemaroo Entertainment
Here are the winners of the #MemeOlympics. Try to be a ‘sport’ about it.
In case you forgot about the epic laptop-cleaning moment:
— Venkat (@kvenkatiyer) July 25, 2021
Majnu Bhai could give Picasso a run for his money, no kidding!
— Vibhuti (@chillpill2205) July 25, 2021
Here’s another bhai who won the medal. But, shouldn’t his driver get this medal?
— Maj Gen G D Bakshi (@GDBakshi2) July 25, 2021
Neha Kakkar was probably a contender for ‘gold medal for crying’, but she won this one!
— Jigar Vyas (@jigar__vyas) July 25, 2021
— Pun-jabi (@Punjabi48985797) July 25, 2021
He has been doing this iconic split stunt ever since his debut in Phool Aur Kaante. It’s time he got a medal for it.
— SONUAAAA ️ (@SONUAAAA31) July 25, 2021
Mirabai Chanu has some tough competition.
— Ankur Dahiya (@noob_AKR) July 26, 2021
Although these are hilarious, we think medals should also go to the memesters for their creativity and to the people on the internet for their unmatched sarcasm.
If only there was an Olympics for sarcasm, Indians would bag all the medals in the world.