A lot can change in two years — just look at the meme taking over Twitter feeds in the day before the midterm elections.
The meme encourages people to think back to the day of the 2016 presidential election — a time when millions of Americans happily went to the polls to cast their ballots. A time when people did not constantly exist in a fiery rage of terror.
To participate, simply type the phrase, "Me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018," and choose two drastically different images — one that represents you voting two years ago, and one that represents you voting in Tuesday's midterms. (Hint: The more dramatic the transformation, the better.)
To get you in the election and meme-ing spirit, we've rounded up a few of the best:
Me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018 pic.twitter.com/wM8l1uGvLe
— Jennifer Reitman (@JenniferReitman) November 5, 2018
Me before the 2016 election vs me before the 2018 election pic.twitter.com/rG8BOHv1Rt
— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) November 5, 2018
Me voting in 2016 vs. me voting in 2018 pic.twitter.com/dp4qXcO8Hd
— Megan Amram (@meganamram) November 5, 2018
— Whitney Friedlander (@loislane79) November 5, 2018
me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018 pic.twitter.com/sAI7foXM1V
— Brian Scully is VOTING ON 11/6 (@brianscully) November 5, 2018
Me voting in 2016. Me voting in 2018. pic.twitter.com/NdOMmwWhoh
— Patty G. Henderson (@PattyGHenderson) November 5, 2018
Me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018. I love cats :) pic.twitter.com/uMNRDEBZbt
— so called meg 🦉🦚🦜 (@sakai_meg) November 5, 2018
You can even switch up the format or throw it back to 2014 as others have chosen to do.
— Andrew Cook (@AndrewCooker) November 5, 2018
So if you're angry about politics or life in general, by all means, make a meme. But don't forget to channel that rage into something significantly more productive and vote in the Tuesday midterm elections, too.