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The Evolution of the
Michael Jordan
Crying Face Meme

Laura Wagner,
NPR

If you've been paying attention to Twitter over the last few months, especially sports Twitter, you've certainly noticed Michael Jordan's crying face pasted on a variety of images. Meant to visualize that "welp" moment of disappointment, the Crying Jordan meme has taken over the internet, and NPR has the story of its evolution.

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