Yet, it's still somehow better than the real thing.
If you haven't seen YouTube Rewind 2019, go ahead and watch it here first before you scroll down.
Was it as bad as Rewind 2018? We think certainly not, but ultimately we'll let you decide that for yourself. Many have found themselves rather bored by the video's likeness to a typical Watch Mojo video, and while the like to dislike ratio isn't nearly as stark as last year, it's still pretty heavy on the dislikes.
It's clear that YouTube's goal this year was to play it safe, which clearly backfired. Now let's get on with the dank reaction memes!
The Spongebob memes will never die, and we're very okay with that. This trending meme, known officially as "How Many Times Do We Have To Teach You This Lesson, Old Man?" throws shade at the cringey things that really shouldn't exist anymore. You know, like YouTube Rewind or Adam Sandler movies for example. Sorry, not sorry.
When entering a hive of scum and villainy, you must be prepared for anything. But enough about Tumblr (not really) we have the best examples of when the sites' users hit right on the money with Spongebob. Or bieeyayeyayeyayeyaye your way through the funniest Spongebob memes we could find.
The internet is collectively screeching at Youtube's arguably cringey release of this year's Youtube Rewind video. The video is supposed to showcase the most viral videos of the year, but many people felt that the most influential people (Stefan Karl Stefansson, PewDiePie) were left out. Many other people found the video to just be lame - a video that seemed to be catering more to the desires of their advertisers than viewers. This sentiment has led to a campaign to make 2018's rewind the site's most disliked video - and has obviously inspired a crapload of memes.
YouTube Rewind 2018 premiered this weekend and the results were...less than positive. In fact, it's well on its way into the YouTube Hall of Fame for being the MOST disliked video ever loaded onto YouTube! That's quite the achievement. Here are 27 tweets and memes from users on the internet poking fun at the hot mess.