The Brief: Memes highlight the breadth of experiences people are having on the social media app Clubhouse.
Some of those who have yet to join the app still aren’t sure what all the hype is about.
Wait Clubhouse is literally just people talking? Like a giant phone call? Absolutely the fuck not
— Willem (@jil_slander) February 12, 2021
A common joke on the app is that many people on Clubhouse just ramble, speaking with an air of authority, but not saying anything substantial.
Clubhouse memes also note the Silicon Valley bro energy that can be found on much of the app.
It’s true, people who are on Clubhouse LOVE to talk about it.
First rule of Clubhouse is… You talk about Clubhouse all the time. pic.twitter.com/Qm46U9fPOq
— Matthijs (@JohnQuid) February 18, 2021
There are, of course, other notable clubhouses in the world like Club Penguin and the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse…
the only clubhouse im aware of pic.twitter.com/3tfWWKouDp
— afrah (@goldenberryx) February 19, 2021
The only club house I'm aware of pic.twitter.com/kmIRKelLoS
— Sufian (@itssufiannn) February 19, 2021
Startup idea: end the pandemic.
hear me out: Clubhouse, but in person I miss you all
— ashna ☕️ (@ohmygoshna) February 18, 2021
People are sharing awkward and cringey interactions they’ve had on the app.
I got notified that someone I met on a dating app joined Clubhouse and instead of saying no to creating a room and welcoming them, I pressed yes and they also entered the room and I was v audibly saying “nooooo” at the exact moment and I’m not using that app anymore
— Eshita 🏡 (@eshita) February 18, 2021
Since Clubhouse is currently only available for iPhone users, some people with Androids are feeling left out, as seen in these memes:
Club house isn't available for android because they're not ready for our opinions pic.twitter.com/d9a8jIqZng
— Marwah❄ (@YoshiIsSad) February 18, 2021
— pihak berwajib (@Dewahahaha) February 17, 2021
Watching my friends have fun in Clubhouse when I can't even get in cause I have an Android 😞 pic.twitter.com/FTGDXkhNIa
— MAGGIE (@AVDOTIA_) February 12, 2021
Tired: Zoom fatigue. Wired: Clubhouse fatigue.
People who are jumping on club house after a day full of zoom meetings are built different.
— Alfonso Tolbert (@Alfonso_Tolbert) February 19, 2021
Various comedians have shared their impressions of people on Clubhouse, usually highlighting their tendencies to use technical jargon, talk in circles, and act as if they are experts on a subject. When Clubhouse was first getting started, #ClubhouseChallenge memes started spreading on Twitter as people shared their impressions of speakers on the app.
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so much talking but absolutely nothing being said😭 #clubhouse