The Brief: The phrase "me and who" on social media is usually paired with a depiction of ideal romance, suggesting that the writer is looking for someone to act out a similar scenario with.
People use the phrase “me and who” on social media to indicate that they are down bad. By captioning a depiction of love, romance, sex, and/or intimacy with “me and who,” people send the message that they would like to re-enact that scene, and that they’re looking for a volunteer to join them.
me and who i sAID ME AND WHO pic.twitter.com/LQgvQj0fdX
— ً (@bookswithvee) February 21, 2021
me and who pic.twitter.com/Om40j9Us3d
— fleur (@gaybugfeet) February 21, 2021
me and who pic.twitter.com/hQ0NiFsF4D
— the actual best sapphics (@THESAPPHlCS) February 19, 2021
Be warned, this video is cursed:
Me and who??? pic.twitter.com/T4dNp6MR2n
— Puerto Rican Papoose (@MAXDTHEGAWD) February 21, 2021
Its always " me and who " but never " me and you "
— Frank Atlantic .➐ (@thaufierkamalie) February 23, 2021
i be posing “me and who” stories even though i have a fat crush on someone
— aar-yawn (@Aarypng) February 21, 2021