Google Translate memes are going viral and they'll leave you in stitches
2 January 2020, 17:16 | Updated: 3 January 2020, 17:47
Are you ready for some new memes?
We might just be starting 2020, but the internet meme machine is already in full swing. The internet has provided us with the new Google Translate meme as an opening gift for the new decade.
In November 2019, wholesome Google Translate memes were having a moment on TikTok. But the update is a little different. Basically, all you need to do is head to Google Translate. Choose a great moment in pop culture and pull out an iconic line to insert in English and another chosen language. Google Translate will then read out what you've written in the two languages. Simple, right?
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The meme should finish with an edit of the scene or person. For example, if you choose French, the subject might be holding a baguette and wearing a beret – kind of like the hilarious French SpongeBob meme that we saw in May 2019.
People are taking the edits to the next level now.
WHERE IS THE ALBUM.
google translate made some points about rihanna pic.twitter.com/ZJHbtUpE1q— tessandra (@fentyluxe) December 30, 2019
IM CLAUSTROPHOBIC DARREN pic.twitter.com/KSaJnpiZ5l— Jean Slater’s Sausage Suprise (@Slaterscandal) December 30, 2019
The GC never fails.
GET THAT FIRE EXIT DOOR, I’M OFF pic.twitter.com/dD9F5Lfy5g— Jean Slater’s Sausage Suprise (@Slaterscandal) December 31, 2019
damn this google translate app just keeps getting more and more realistic pic.twitter.com/z2r74KUVS7— m✪lly (@hollandsmole) December 29, 2019
Where is the lie?
google translate for jennifer aniston is SO accurate wow pic.twitter.com/f6jQkylb6z— nicole (@anistonily) December 30, 2019
today is the last day of the fucking decade. let that sink in. pic.twitter.com/5Mh9RDQ9ZY— Lady Gaga Lately ♈ (@AMENARTPOP) December 31, 2019
Queen of versatility.
Internet, never change.