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Are You Going to Sleep?
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This four-panel meme comes to us from webcomic artist Hanna Hillam. In the comic, a person’s brain asks them if they’re falling asleep, to which they reply with a dismissive yes. The brain then asks them a question that’s either a brain teaser, has a sad or morbid answer, or just something that causes the person to become wide awake. The meme works as a comic form of older memes such as Philosoraptor or Sudden Clarity Clarence, but with more possibilities.
The original comic was first posted on Buzzfeed in June 2017, with the brain saying “But think of all the ways you could get murdered…”. After the comic itself became popular, meme makers soon exploited the possibilities to replace the brain’s question with others, while an anti-meme, in which the brain simply says “Ok” and the person continues sleeping was also born. With the sheer age of Philosoraptor and Sudden Clarity Clarence, this meme has essentially occupied that slot. The “Are You Going to Sleep?” Meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: Girl trying to sleep meme, brain telling girl something in bed, yes now shut up meme, hey you going to sleep, shut up brain meme, brain teaser meme.
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Girl trying to sleep
brain telling girl something in bed
yes now shut up
hey you going to sleep
shut up brain meme
brain teaser meme.
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