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What the Most Famous People from Meme Look Like Now

Internet never forgets things, no one can tell when something will become a meme. In the last few years, some people got huge fame on the internet as a meme star. Let’s see how they look like now.

First World Problems (Silvia Bottini)

The "First World Problems" meme is actually an award-winning Italian actress

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Scumbag Steve (Blake Boston)

Firstly, this image was posted on reddit on January 21st, 2011. In an interview with Know Your Meme, Blake revealed that the picture was originally taken by his mother.

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Hipster Barista (Dustin Mattson)

Firstly, the noted instance of Hipster Barista was uploaded on August 24, 2011. Dustin Mattson, expressed that how he felt about the meme in an interview for Eater Atlanta: "I do find it discouraging and disappointing that there was so much exposure brought to an attempt at making a joke of a culinary industry and the professional barista. To me, it's very telling on how we laud farm-to-table food, craft beer, cocktail mixology, but it's OK to have no respect for the specialty coffee world and the people who are committed to it. On the other hand, the whole thing only makes me want to work harder at my job, make better coffee, serve my customers better, and bring more positive exposure to both the company I work for, the barista profession, and specialty coffee as a whole. If anyone were to see my and my coworkers' work in the café, they'd see that it doesn't quite match up to most of the jokes made against the "Hipster Barista"."

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Blinking White Guy (Drew Scanlon)

The GIF of Blinking White Guy comes from a live stream shot in 2013, when Drew Scanlon was a video producer at the popular gaming website Giant Bomb.
During one of the team's weekly "Unprofessional Fridays" shows, Scanlon watched as editor-in-chief Jeff Gerstmann played Starbound, a two-dimensional action-adventure game. "I've been doing some farming," Gerstmann narrated, "with my h*e." Scanlon reacted with the expression now known as the "Blinking White Guy"

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Success Kid (Sam Griner)

Laney Griner uploaded a photograph of her son Sammy trying to eat sand to Flickr. The meme gained initial popularity captioned "I Hate Sandcastles", suggesting that the boy had just destroyed another child's sandcastle. Laney disliked the "I Hate Sandcastles" meme as she felt it made her son – who in fact loved sandcastles

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Ermahgerd (Maggie Goldenberger)

The meme first emerged on March 14th, 2012, as a post titled "Just a book owners smile…". The girl in the meme, Maggie Goldenberger, said that the picture was created in fourth or fifth grade when she and her friends seriously got into playing dress-up.

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Disaster Girl (Zoe Roth)

This photo was taken by Dave Roth in January 2004 during the local fire department's live drill training two blocks away from his home in Mebane, North Carolina.
“I’d love for the meme to help me get into or pay for college somehow,” Zoe says. “But I ultimately want people to know me for me.”

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Side-Eyeing Chloe (Chloe)

YouTuber KAftC uploaded a video titled "Lily's Disneyland Surprise… AGAIN," on September 12th, 2013, which shows two sisters, Lily and Chloe, reacting to the news of a surprise trip to Disneyland on their way to school.

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Overly Attached Girlfriend (Laina Morris)

Laina Morris uploaded a webcam video in which she performs a parody version of Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend" in 2012. The video was submitted in response to Bieber's announcement of an online sing-off contest in promoting his celebrity perfume "Girlfriend". Morris spoke about privacy issues following the meme's success. “Strangers were finding my personal Face book page and talking to my friends. They were finding where I worked and trying to access my college records” Morris recalls.

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Bad Luck Brian (Kyle Craven)

The Picture was first posted on January 23rd, 2012 by a long-time friend of Kyle with a caption “Takes driving test .?.?. gets first DUI.”
The guy in the picture is not actually Brian, his name is Kyle Craven.

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Ridiculously Photogenic Guy (Zeddie Smith)

When asked about the appeal behind the meme, "I really don't know, but I kinda feel honored to be a part of joke that's in good spirit because sometimes the Internet can be a little vicious or jokes can get bent the wrong way. But these are all kinda, for the most part, positive. It's funny that everybody is kinda taking like to it. It's, I guess, the most flattering way to get spread across the Internet."

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(Michael McGee)

Redditor aaduk_ala submitted a photograph titled "Trying to hold a fart next to a cute girl in class" to the /r/funny subreddit. When asked whether he has felt any regret about his internet fame, McGee responded: “My take on being ‘internet famous’ is cool and all. But I regret not copyrighting the picture right away because I could have made a lot of money there!”

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Good Luck Charlie (Mia Talerico)

The expressive girl is often used as a synonym for "I don't know". Actually, It's a scene from the Disney Channel show "Good Luck Charlie".

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Doge

February 23rd, 2010, a Japanese teacher, Atsuko Sato posted several photos of her rescue-adopted Shiba Inu dog Kabosu to her personal blog. The photos included a peculiar shot of Kabosu sitting on a couch while glaring sideways at the camera with raised eyebrows, which is now known as the first picture of "Doge"

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Grumpy Cat

A snowshoe cat that rose to on-line fame after several pictures of her annoyed facial expressions were posted to reddit in September 2012.

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