Who Would Win? Meme Generator
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What is the Meme Generator?
It’s a free online image maker that allows you to add custom resizable text to images. It operates in HTML5 canvas, so your images are created instantly on your own device. Most commonly, people use the generator to add text captions to established memes, so technically it’s more of a meme “captioner” than a meme maker. However, you can also upload your own images as templates.
How can I customize my meme?
- You can move and resize the text boxes by dragging them around. If you’re on a mobile device, you may have to first check “enable drag/drop” in the More Options section.
- You can customize the font color and outline color next to where you type your text.
- You can further customize the font in the More Options section, and also add additional text boxes. Imgflip supports all web fonts and Windows/Mac fonts including bold and italic, if they are installed on your device. Any other font on your device can also be used. Note that Android and other mobile operating systems may support fewer fonts unless you install them yourself.
- You can insert popular or custom stickers and other images including scumbag hats, deal-with-it sunglasses, speech bubbles, and more. Opacity and resizing are supported.
- You can rotate, flip, and crop any templates you upload.
- You can draw, outline, or scribble on your meme using the panel just above the meme preview image.
- You can create “meme chains” of multiple images stacked vertically by adding new images with the “below current image” setting.
Can I use the generator for more than just memes?
Yes! The Meme Generator is a flexible tool for many purposes. By uploading custom images and using all the customizations, you can design many creative works including posters, banners, advertisements, and other custom graphics.
Why is there an “imgflip.com” watermark on my memes?
The Imgflip watermark helps other people find where the meme was created, so they can make memes too! However, if you’d really like to, you can remove our watermark from all images you create, as well as remove ads and supercharge your image creation abilities, using Imgflip Pro or Imgflip Pro Basic .
Can I make animated or video memes?
Yes! Animated meme templates will show up when you search in the Meme Generator above (try “party parrot”). If you don’t find the meme you want, browse all the GIF Templates or upload and save your own animated template using the GIF Maker.
Do you have a wacky AI that can write memes for me?
Funny you ask. Why yes, we do. Here you go: imgflip.com/ai-meme (warning, may contain vulgarity)
|Access to the biggest meme template database on the interwebz||Yes||Yes|
|Ability to remove “imgflip.com” watermark from memes you create||No||Yes|
|Disable all advertisements on imgflip.com (yay faster pageloads!)||No||Yes|
Q: Y U NO give us this for free instead.
A: We don’t like bothering people with ads, and we want you to be able to support Imgflip in a way that gives you the best experience. Before we introduced this, there was no way to remove the watermark from memes without paying for the full Imgflip Pro, which is more expensive.Insanely fast, mobile-friendly meme generator. Make Who Would Win? memes or upload your own images to make custom memes
Who Would Win?
PROTIP: Press ‘i’ to view the image gallery, ‘v’ to view the video gallery, or ‘r’ to view a random entry.
Who Would Win? is an image macro series posing the question “who would win” in various hypothetical battles between two opposing subjects.
On November 21st, 2010, a 4chan user submitted a thread asking viewers to speculate “would would win” in a battle between the video game characters Solid Snake and Sam Fisher (shown below). Four days later, a screenshot of the post was uploaded by FunnyJunk  user isaacshadow.
On November 23rd, 2014, a 4chan user posted an “Who Would Win” image macro pitting “a stick” against “1000 US Marines” (shown below, left). On January 22nd, 2015, a “jet fuel can’t melt steel beams”-themed image macro was submitted to /r/BraveryJerk  (shown below).
On February 1st, a 4chan user posted an image comparing “1 trillion lions” to the Earth’s sun, to which an anonymous user responded “the lions would win if they attacked at night” (shown below, left). On May 28th, Tumblr user shrekyourself posted a version of the image with actor Jeff Goldblum vs. himself (shown below, right).
On August 1st, 2016, Redditor SpookySpookist submitted an image macro titled “Who Would Win? Meme of the Month,” pitting Arthur’s Fist against Harambe (shown below, left). Prior to being archived, the post gained over 1,900 votes (91% upvoted) and 110 comments on /r/dankmemes.  On September 9th, Redditor dank420memes1337 posted a Spongebob Squarepants-themed Who Would Win image to /r/dankmemes  (shown below, right).
On November 19th, 2017, Redditor Luxime submitted a Who Would Win? image macro featuring a UNITINU-style mirrored images of Barack Obama labeled “Obabo” and “Amama” (shown below). Within two weeks, the post gained over 21,500 points (90% upvoted) and 200 comments on /r/me_irl. 
Over the next several weeks, similar “Who Would Win?” image macros were submitted to other subreddits, including /r/dankmemes  and /r/MemeEconomy  (shown below).Who Would Win? is an image macro series posing the question “who would win” in various hypothetical battles between two opposing subjects. ]]>