We've all had hours of fun on the Internet just looking at memes and wasting our lives away behind the electronic device of our choice. But, we have no idea when these ordinary people got turned into an extraordinary symbol of laughter. And if we look at them now, their lives have completely changed.
From being ordinary humans like us, some were somewhere captured on the camera while acting or doing just the simple things. In fact, they would have never thought their normal reactions could someday turn into something people will follow with ease on social media. You must have remembered that revenge face of a kid in the green t-shirt that made you laugh. But do you know how does he look now? He's a grown up teenager now and looks adorable. And not just him, there are many other people too who have appeared in memes on social platforms and how they look now in real life. Now, we won't be waiting anymore.
Let's take a look at these meme heroes and what they look like today.
This is one of the shots taken while this man was making coffee in Barista. He is Dustin Mattson, and he makes awesome coffee.
This picture of Zoe Roth was actually taken at a training session for local firefighters. Zoe just happened to be there.
Millions of people have seen Scumbag Steve whose actual name is Blake Boston. The picture was taken by Boston's mother when he was 16. Here's Blake Boston in real life.
He was once a fisherman. He got his first start on 4Chan, and he became the poster child of 'Model Citizen' as per Reddit. He's all grown up. He has grown his hair too.
Laina Walker posted a cover of a Justin Bieber song on YouTube, and soon she became famous for her "creepy mankiller-eyes."
Sammy Griner's mom posted this picture in 2007 when Sammy was 11 months old.
The buzz generated by the picture brought up enough money to pay for his dad's kidney transplant, saving his life in the process.
Kyle Craven had this picture taken in college. The picture was allegedly taken when teachers thought he was deliberately pulling a face.
Maggie Goldenberger currently works as a nurse but created a meme long before that. Her excited face (and the braces) led to people interpreting her expression as "stupid and shocking."
Chloe became a meme when she reacted to her sister crying in joy when she with her family were going to Disneyland. Chloe felts such a strong reaction was not needed.
This is the face you make when you win silver at the Olympics though you were hoping for a gold medal. It's sad that more people will remember her reaction after the competition rather than what she won in the Olympics.
This is kind of cheating, but we'll allow it. Well at least, the Internet allowed it. This is Mia Talerico, an actress playing in the show Good Luck Charlie. This expressive face was actually a shot from that show.
"What does the fox say," was a viral YouTube music video that was watched over 336 million times. What does Ylvis, the duo behind the song, look like in real life? Ylvis, a Norwegian group, had two brothers who now look like this when they aren't dressed as seals or foxes. They haven't really done much that's notable since 2013, but they did release a single album in 2014.
One of the most famous internet memes is 'The Ridiculously Photogenic Guy.' It starred 26-year-old Zeddie Little, who happened to be running a race and was spotted in the background of a group photo by Facebook users.
That's all folks!
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