Meat Mail, Relationship Drama & New Thirst: The Most Hilarious Instagram Direct Memes

December 12, 2013  |  
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If you’re on Instagram, you know that today the photo app changed the game with the introduction of Instagram Direct. In case you haven’t heard, the new update allows people to send you personal pictures and video that only you and the person who sent it can see. It’s not too much unlike Twitter’s direct message function. And while on the surface this might not sound like such a game changing, revolutionary feature, it certainly opens the door up for all types of explicit photos and videos to be sent from person to person. And in case you’re not exactly sure of the trouble that lies ahead, allow the following, hilarious memes to illustrate.

 

A lot of folks are going to be humiliated on their very own phones…

If you thought your freaky ex was abusing your cell phone number before, just imagine all the men who don’t have your number that’ll be sharing themselves with you.

 

The screen shot is real.

It doesn’t always have to be a screenshot though.  There are those who don’t want to put folks all the way out there on front street. But even if your picture is not included in the blast, the secret shame is enough.

Meanwhile there are those folks who anxiously awaiting their first direct IG.

Folks are certain this new feature is going to threaten a lot of relationships.

 

The thirst is real all year long and now it can be personally delivered to your app.

Don’t leave your phone unattended.

Ladies, prepare yourself Instagram Direct is the perfect tool for your ex to privately gauge your interest.

Please…fellas you’ll have to do better than that. A playa will get caught with this pathetic lie.

Legit prayer. The screen shot has the ability to ruin lives.

Hopefully, this is not the case for too many people. Priorities people.

Don’t Weiner yourself. Make sure it is indeed direct otherwise you’ll have a lot of explaining to do.

The spirit of Ike Turner lives on so strong in these controlling, abusive, dysfunctional, outlandish memes.

Have you received or heard of your friends receiving any inappropriate Instagram direct pictures yet?

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