A Middle School Student Started A Meme In Real-Life So Perfect It STILL Went Viral On The Internet

Middle School Student Meme Real-Life

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A middle school student is being hailed a genius by the internet after she started a meme in real life that was absolutely perfect. In fact, it worked so well that despite the fact that it happened offline it still went viral on the internet.

This genius tween’s meme went viral because writer B.N. Harrison went into great detail sharing one of the most entertaining Twitter threads we’ve seen all year.

The seventh grader, who asked to be called Max in the story, accomplished this feat by simply trying to mess with her middle school math teacher’s head. And she did it with one simple, non-nonsensical phrase: “Save $500 on bread this year–click here!”

Get ready to meet your future leader of the free world…

See what I mean about Max being the future leader of the free world?

This kid is definitely going places. She’s like a young, female, real-life Lex Luthor.

Max is a fucking genius.

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Max is the hero we deserve, but not the one it needs right now. See you when you’re old enough to run for public office, Max.

Indeed.

H/T The Daily Dot

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