Twitter Remembers Its Favorite Songs With Monsters Inc Meme
Let Mike Wazowski croon his way into your memories.
Baby Bash: You got me lifted shifted higher than a ceilin
And ooh wee it's the ultimate feelin
You got me lifted feeling so gifted
3rd grade me: Suga suga how you get so fly? pic.twitter.com/oOghyYTlQp
— LUNA (@Oskermoon) August 10, 2018
An image of Mike Wazowski, the cycloptic co-star of Monsters Inc, singing from the end credits of the Pixar film from which he hails, as inspired the latest meme, as users on Twitter share the, often adult songs, that they joyfully sang along with as kids.
Lil Wayne: I'm on that good kush and alcohol
14 year old me: I got some down bitches I can call pic.twitter.com/b5rJ1nPvjT
— lillie elizzybeth lee (@_lillielee_) August 10, 2018
Sometimes they don’t always understand the lyrics, sometimes they understand them deeper on a level that their adult selves could ever allow, but every time the lyrics are sung with the passion of a Mike Wazowski, sitting on a chair, singing with the passion that the end critics of Monsters Inc. demands.
buju banton: boom bye bye inna batty bwoy head
me, 9 and gay: rude bwoy nah promote nah nasti man dem haffi dead pic.twitter.com/hWakGgvrOW
— jaboukie (@jaboukie) August 13, 2018
Bruno Mars: Shoulda known you was trouble from the first kiss, had your eyes wide open…..
5th grade me: why were they open? pic.twitter.com/mVk2GwOPPP
— merry ????-???-? ? (@nicksonr_) August 10, 2018
Rihanna: Every time I walk out the door, I see him die a little more inside,
I don't wanna hurt him anymore,
I don't wanna take away his life,
I don't wanna be
5th grade me: a murderer… pic.twitter.com/69eTK3qAWm
— ? (@fentyy) August 11, 2018
“I’m sorry Ms. Jackson, ooouuu”
8 year old me: i am fo reeeaaallll pic.twitter.com/9WKcnXnOAd
— GOLDBERG (@kes_andrews14) August 9, 2018
Usher: It started when we were younger you were my..
5th grade me: my boooooooo pic.twitter.com/PgoinU28Iu
— Caine. (@cainebraswell) August 12, 2018
And here’s the original clip of Mike Wazowski singing “She’s out of our hair”, from what I think is his musical rendition of Monsters Inc. The clip in question begins at 1:22, but the whole thing is worth
Also, was one of those Twitterers in fifth grade when Bruno was releasing music!? I am too old. I was in my 20’s but a breath ago. Now I am 30. My teenage songs will still be garbage from the 90’s and early aughts. Now that social media is no longer spoon feeding me what I want to see am I… old… am I…
No! No! You can’t think like that! Mike Wazowski is from your damn childhood! You’re a Millennial! You’re killing the dine in industries! You’re… a Millennial…
Also my much cooler intern Amy Walters sent me this, and I don’t know what this is? Is this what kids like now? Disgusting Sully mutants from Monsters Inc? I can adapt! I love mutants! I’m not old! I’m not old!!
ally and aj: IT TOOK TOO LONG, IT TOOK TOO LONG, IT TOOK TOO LONG FOR YOU TO CALL BACK….AND NORMALLY I WOULD JUST FORGET THAT…EXCEPT FOR THE FACT IT WAS MY BIRTHDAY..
adolescent me: MY STUPID BIRTHDAY pic.twitter.com/kDpGcneppP
— queen quen (@quenblackwell) August 12, 2018
Hold on, Amy followed up and told me this is a creature named… Bibble!? From something called… I believe, let me see if it says it right — Barbie’s Fairytopia?
hayley williams: i watched his wildest dreams come true not one of them involving you just watch my wildest dreams come true not one of them…
12 year old me with emo bangs: INVOLVIIIIIIING pic.twitter.com/lo442fy6Dg
— I WON mom daniela (@lgbtdaniela) August 10, 2018
If you think I am ready, folks, you are wrong.
Anyway, what do you think of this meme? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.