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Best Of ‘Sad’ Skrillex Memes

Written by Marc Zanotti on July 28, 2012

Usually a good old memes post is reserved for a slow news day, but it’s a bit of a stretch to play that card on the day that featured the Olympic Opening Ceremony and Day 2 of Splendour in the Grass. Still you guys sure do seem to love the quickly digested humour of memes, so we figured why the hell not.

This new batch of memes comes courtesy of NME and is a series of various captions that each interpret the same image of Skrillex looking a little beside himself during a performance. The captions all take a little jab at Skrillex and his take on dubstep, with varying degrees of success.

Now just to be clear, Music Feeds has nothing against Skrillex, but memes can be good for a little laugh, especially if you’ve got a bit of Saturday evening sluggishness going on. Check ’em out…

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