The Brief: PlayStation PS5 memes are circulating on Twitter after the new gaming console was released on Nov. 12.
The highly-anticipated PlayStation PS5 hit online retailers on Nov. 12. Just five months ago, PlayStation released the first photos of the new, modern-looking gaming unit. Many took to Twitter to poke fun at the slender build, likening it to a duck’s bill. Today, Twitter users are singing a different tune, as many are struggling to secure the the unit in their carts leading to hilarious memes online.
when Walmart snatched the PS5 from everyone’s carts pic.twitter.com/hPpYrKXwio
— LakeShowYo (@LakeShowYo) November 12, 2020
Me when Walmarts website crashed and i lost my PS5 pic.twitter.com/KXPFRDCyrO
— Mar (@_19MRL) November 12, 2020
— NOPETY NOPE (@NyetNope) November 12, 2020
Some are worried about the status of their delivery.
FedEx saying they already delivered my PS5 but I’m not seeing anything here 😭😞 pic.twitter.com/XljSlCKSnV
— I aint tweet that (@lmao_howsway) November 12, 2020
Patiently waiting for my ps5. pic.twitter.com/RHGgKmU22m
— KrisZeeTee (@KrisZeeTee) November 12, 2020
Me hearing a knock at my door thinking it’s my PS5 pic.twitter.com/GYvnDADJiT
— Lamarr Wilson (@LamarrWilson) November 12, 2020
— Leva Bates (@wrestlingleva) November 12, 2020
While others are hoping someone buys a PS5 for them.
At this point if you ain’t gonna buy me PS5 , delete my number and leave me like everybody else do, I’m fighting demons for real
— GUAPDAD 4000 (@guapdad4000) November 12, 2020
This guy is hoping to get a five-finger discount when he picks it up wearing an all-black ensemble — Black Air Force 1s included.
About to go pick up my PS5, here's the outfit for the day 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/XJaBUalo9w
— kingjhaboy #BlackLivesMatter (@kingjhaboy) November 12, 2020
Those who were lucky enough to nab it in advance are celebrating.
— Call of Duty News (@charlieINTEL) November 12, 2020
— Cris Parker (@3CFilmReview) November 12, 2020
— The Best of the Best #BLM (@alwaysthebestM) November 12, 2020
And then there are those who feel completely left out.
Watching everyone with their new PS5’s… pic.twitter.com/EGaN3HLJZR
— Finish Line (@FinishLine) November 12, 2020