Prove Me Wrong

Contents: Meaning | Origin | Spread

Meaning


What does Prove Me Wrong mean?

Prove me wrong, also known as Change My Mind refers to an exploitable photo of conservative podcaster and comedian Stephen Crowder, sitting behind a sign which says, “Male privilege is a myth Change my mind”.

The photo was uploaded to Crowder’s Twitter account and had been used as an exploitable template for memes with controversial topics.

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Origin


What's the origin of Prove Me Wrong?

“Prove Me Wrong” emerged in February, 2018 Crowder broadcasted a podcast from the campus of Texas Christian University, where he sat behind a table that said “Male privilege is a myth Change my mind”.

In the podcast, his declaration is attacked by several university students, who are making an attempt at convincing him to see eye to eye.

Both the Twitter post, containing the image and the podcast had gained a large amount of appreciation online.

Spread and Usage


How did Prove Me Wrong spread?

In a short span of time, people started photoshopping the image, either replacing Crowder with someone else, or changing the message of the sign to something else.

The exploits of the original photo had appeared in 2018 on Twitter, as well as Reddit and later on other platforms, like Facebook meme groups and Instagram meme pages.

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Published: 03/03/2022 by | Last updated: 04/06/2022 | 115 views | Report error

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