UCLA vs. USC: The Meme War

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Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 2:00 PM
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Surely, by now, you've heard of the "college meme" trend that has America's university kids trying their hand at campus-specific Internet humor -- and OG 4chan nerds crying a "forever alone" river about how everyone is butchering their meme babies. (Even more annoying than the former.)

Of course, USC and UCLA, deep in the thick of it, are using the memes not only to make fun of themselves but -- almost just as frequently -- of each other. Because no good procrastinator misses a chance to fan the rivalry! And hey, it's better than stabbing bros in the Rose Bowl parking lot.

First we have the USC --> UCLA entries, which focus mostly on how much more prestigious USC is and how much worse UCLA is at football. (Age-old stuff, really.) Courtesy of the USC Memes Facebook page:

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UCLA fights back, next.

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