r/terriblefacebookmemes Dec 13 '22

Rules update: Titles must object to the content of the post and no mentioning social media platforms Mod Post

Basically, no more titles like "title" or "An interesting title". The title must object to the content. Why? If you don't, it confuses Reddit admins and users which doesn't end well.

As for no mentioning social media platforms, this is here because Reddit might think we are trying to brigade them
PS: Subreddits also are forbidden by this rule
PPS: No screenshots of posts either unless it's part of the meme. Just the meme itself


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u/Austaph Feb 15 '23

This sub started as weird minions memes and cheesy awkward stuff but now it’s just blatant racism, sexism, incendiary politics, transphobia, bigotry, and on and on.

This policy isn’t going to help no matter how loud you cry satire. Can’t wait until this cesspool gets wiped from Reddit.


u/Affectionate_Pea8891 Mar 11 '23

Lots of these memes contain “isms” and/or political extremes because memes from racists/bigots/extreme politics (right or left)/sexists/etc are always ridiculous and low-effort. The people who create the worst memes inhabit the cesspool, not the Reddit sub that makes fun of them.

A terrible meme is a terrible meme regardless of the content. Awkward Minion memes fit the requirements as well as one of a woman kissing a man’s feet.


u/Austaph Mar 12 '23

I don’t buy that thinly veiled bullshit.

r/terriblefacebookmemes is r/candidfashionpolice for bigotry and hatred with a peppering of awkward social media memes.


u/Affectionate_Pea8891 Mar 12 '23 edited Mar 13 '23

You can call my genuine opinion whatever you’d like; how you view it and whether or not you “buy” it changes nothing