Neymar Jr. Has Become The World Cup Meme Of The Year And People On The Internet Can’t Get Enough
As a result of the 2018 World Cup, there have been several victory celebrations, sorrowful losses, and best of all, hilarious memes. One of the internet’s favorite meme victims has been Neymar da Silva Junior. This Brazilian soccer player was made fun of for the overdramatic way he would fall and roll around the ground. Even though Brazil has now been eliminated from the World Cup tournament, these Neymar Jr. memes still keep circulating around the internet. And here are just a few of the best ones… ????
After watching Neymar Jr. fall onto the ground numerous times, people on the internet began to suggest that he should use a baby walker to help keep him on his feet.@GM_Kariuki / Twitter / Digital Image / July 3, 2018
These photoshop skills are phenomenal.
Others turned Neymar Jr.’s roll into an animated video of him being kicked around the field like a soccer ball.@tacbanguy / Twitter / July 3, 2018
Lol ????Pobrecito Neymar.
As a form of comparison, some people dug up older videos that visually mimicked Neymar Jr.’s dramatic fall.@azeemazli / Twitter / July 3, 2018
The ball didn’t even touch the goat. Lol
If Neymar Jr. were to have a family reunion, it would look a little something like this:@paulmcclean / Twitter / July 3, 2018
Lmao ????My question is, where is this video from?!
Considering how often Neymar Jr. would fall during his team’s World Cup matches, people figured that this is what his training looked like:@KasthuriShankar / Twitter / Digital Image / July 3, 2018
Now this is the most intense soccer training I’ve ever seen.
If there’s one way Neymar Jr. would spend his hot summers, it would be by rolling into the pool like this:@shruthi_ADK / Twitter / July 3, 2018
Lol. This is so spot on.
And if Neymar Jr. were a baby panda, he would be this one:@girlings4 / Twitter / July 3, 2018
I can’t even laugh at this because it’s so cute.
The animation fun continued with this video of Neymar Jr. taking a roll all throughout town.@ChiCityBrian / Twitter / July 3, 2018
He might as well travel the world.
Some people on the internet took it back to the classic space meme.@StacyZuniga / Twitter / July 3, 2018
This type of meme will never get old. ????
And just in case you missed Brazil’s World Cup matches, here’s a demonstration of how Neymar Jr. looked like out on the soccer field.@blogboysHQ / Twitter / July 3, 2018
Can’t believe someone took the time to do this. Lol
Also, if you’ve never seen Neymar Jr.’s workout routine, here it is:@ItsMattMartin_ / Twitter / July 3, 2018
He is a roll master.
And if you could guess which animal Neymar Jr. is in this video, which one would it be?@Oluwaseyanubabaralayemi / Twitter / July 3, 2018
I’m just going to take a wild guess and say that he’s the mouse rolling on the floor in this video.
Now, instead of teaching their dogs to roll over, people are just teaching their pets to “do the Neymar.”@buitengebieden / Twitter / July 3, 2018
Before you know it, everyone’s dogs will be trained to “do the Neymar.”
In case you didn’t already know, Neymar Jr. once made an appearance on the show The Simpsons.@FourFourTwo / Twitter / July 3, 2018
Neymar Jr. has to add this role onto his IMBD.
One person on the internet created an entire montage of different items, animals and people rolling on the ground. And of course Neymar Jr. was included in there.@ThreeUK / Twitter / July 3, 2018
Question is, who did it better?
If there’s anything people have learned after watching Neymar Jr. in the World Cup, it’s that he’s quite fragile.@freddipalisoc / Instagram / Digital Image / July 3, 2018
Note to self: Be very careful when you’re around Neymar Jr.
To help prevent Neymar Jr. from falling again, some people are holding him up with pieces of tape.@nalgonso / Instagram / Digital Image / July 3, 2018
I hope those pieces of tape are supportive enough.
This Neymar Jr. meme has gone so viral, that it’s now become a new type of challenge.
Now you can expect too see the Neymar challenge all across the internet.
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