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Bill Cosby’s Twitter team asks it to “meme” him, apparently hasn’t read Twitter in a while

Because it understands the importance of always giving consent, the social media team for Bill Cosby has given its permission to the Internet to make its own Cosby-related memes—clearly capitalizing on the fact that Cosby has been a popular topic of conversation on the web of late, for reasons they have not entirely researched.

“Go ahead. Meme me!” Cosby’s account said, offering itself up to Twitter willingly without so much as a glass of drugged wine.

Of course, as you might have guessed, this has not produced the sort of fun Cosby was perhaps hoping for when he agreed to open himself up to the Internet. Indeed, many immediately took advantage of the vulnerable Cosby, who just maybe wanted to share a laugh or two. He probably never expected this.

Until someone finally has the guts to come forward and say something that will put a stop to it, you can currently make your own #CosbyMeme here, where you can do whatever you want with Bill Cosby. Who will ever know? Or, when they find out, believe him?

Of course, Cosby’s website says all of these memes have to be “approved.” But I’m pretty sure Bill Cosby wanted these, so I just went ahead and fulfilled my own desires, over and over again.

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