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Example 1: WHiCh MeME hAs ThIs CaPtIoNiNG StYlE?

  1. Roll Safe
  2. Saltbae
  3. Mocking SpongeBob
  4. Cash Me Ousside, how bow Dah?

Answer: (c) Mocking SpongeBob

Example 2: Which can be a caption for Roll Safe?

  1. Guacamole is extra.
  2. I studied so I will ace the test.
  3. dId YoU dO tHe LaUnDrY?
  4. You can't fail a college test if you never go to college.

Answer: (d) You can't fail a college test if you never go to college.

Example 3: Why is the guy in White Guy Blinking blinking?

  1. There is something in his eye.
  2. He is holding back tears.
  3. He is in disbelief/surprise.
  4. He just heard some good news.

Answer: (c) He is in disbelief/surprise.

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