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Two Buttons history (read more...)
Daily Struggle is a two-panel meme originally created by an animator for his Tumblr blog. Originally made as a simple comic, it showed two buttons labeled Be a dick and Don’t be a dick, with an obviously conflicted man sweating while trying to choose between them despite the obviousness. The more common use of this meme usually follows the intended format, but it is also used - in a less sarcastic capacity - to describe catch-22 or opportunity cost scenarios, or moral conundrums.
The comic was posted on Tumblr in October 2014, but the first time it was used as a meme template wasn’t until March 2015. Never seeing particularly heavy use, it is one of those memes that see rare usage due to the situational nature of the template. The Daily Struggle meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: Deciding Between Red Buttons, guy sweating while choosing a button, guy holding towel while choosing which red button to press, guy confused about which button to press
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Deciding Between Red Buttons
guy sweating while choosing a button
guy holding towel while choosing which red button to press
guy confused about which button to press
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