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Perfection Michael Fassbender
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This 6-panel meme comes from an exploitation of a scene from the 2011 movie X-Men: First Class. In the original scene, Erik Magnus Lehnsherr/Magneto (Michael Fassbender) upon realizing that the blonde woman in his bed is Raven Darkholme/Mystique, asks to see “The real Raven”. After Raven morphs into her non-mutant human form, Erik is unimpressed and asks again to see the real Raven. Upon finally getting what he wanted, he says “Perfection.” There are 2 main uses of this meme: to imply what is the best between different iterations or types of the same thing, or to point out a double entendre.
The first use of the meme can be traced back to October 2011, where a picture of Raven Symone from Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven, using the double entendre element. The format proved its durability over the years, recurring multiple times for the characters from the countless reboots and sequels over the last few years to be compared to their predecessors. The format is also reduced to a 4-panel variant for binary comparisons. The Perfection meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: Michael Fassbender Perfection meme, Last Class Perfection meme, Magneto and Mystique meme, X-Men Perfection meme, and Real Raven Perfection.
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