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People are mocking a private island pandemic party with ‘summer fun’ memes

Summer may be ending soon, but the “Summer fun!” meme is just getting started.

You may have seen a “Summer fun!” meme or two on your timeline recently. You’ll know, because the tweets will read, “Summer fun! 🏖️❤️  (*private island all tested negative multiple times wear a mask ❤️  )” and feature a photo of a large group of people — usually from a television show or movie.

Summer fun! 🏖❤️ (*private island all tested negative multiple times wear a mask❤️) pic.twitter.com/kROxrfmjc0

— colton (@disgracedtwink) September 5, 2020

The meme is designed to mock unsafe superspreader events — large gatherings that easily promote person-to-person transmission — being held in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. But the meme was actually inspired by a real-life party that was recently held on a private island. Read more…

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