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Average Fan vs. Average Enjoyer
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Average Fan vs. Average Enjoyer refers to a meme format that negatively compares fans of a certain thing to fans of another thing, usually ironically, referring to the latter as "enjoyers" or "appreciators." The format is based on photographs of two people who fall within the archetypes of Soyboy and a Chad and bears resemblances to Virgin vs. Chad and Yes Chad meme formats.
The format utilizes two photographs: a still image from a video by YouTuber James' YouNiverse and a viral photograph of an unknown man that had supposedly undergone plastic surgery to attain chiseled facial features, also known as Zara Boss. Both photographs saw use as reaction images online, being associated with the Soyboy and Chad archetypes, respectively. In September 2019, a Twitter user posted the first meme that combined the images, captioning them "Average space travel enthusiast" and "average flat earther." The format did not see further spread until November 2019, when iFunny user breastwart posted the first viral derivative version of the format, changing Chad's caption to "average ocean appreciator." The format saw limited use before the format gained viral spread online, with multiple notable examples being posted on all major online platforms starting in late July 2020.
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