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The best Bored Nightclub Girl memes are way too relatable

Here is something you will have seen before:

What we’ve got here is a bloke banging on about something, and an exasperated girl absolutely not giving two flying f**ks about what he (you) is (are) saying, but is unable to move away so has to silently, stoically, put up with it. It’s an extremely common occurrence in nightclubs across the country, but never has it been captured so perfectly on film before. Just look at it - it’s majestic. 

Anyway, obviously what with it being , and the internet being a thing, the photo has gone viral, and Twitter has had its absolute way with it, as can be seen by the following shining examples of captionary:

And the natural progression:

Of course (and again, because it’s , and the internet is a thing), it’s not been left alone and the backstory has emerged, which is a shame because it’s far funnier without any context. Still, the two revelers in the photo were tracked down and revealed to be Patrick Richie and Lucia Gorman, two friends from school who hadn’t seen each other in ages. Lucia told Newsbeat:

“I don’t know what he said but I know I definitely wasn’t having any of it.

“I feel like it was probably the end of the night and I was definitely ready for my bed.

“I probably just thought, ‘I’ll nod at anything at this point’.”

Amazing.

Patrick told Capital FM:

“It’s weird, my cousin told me it made it onto some Facebook page in Australia which is mental

“[Lucia] was one of my pals from school so she was probably fed up – she looks it as well. We get on she’s good fun.

“I’m so surprised because it was just quite standard, what’s the big deal.”

Anyway, long live boring, shouty men and their endless meme potential.

(Image: Milk Tuesdays)

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Milk Edinburgh Meme

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Milk Edinburgh refers to a photo of a man shouting into a woman's ear at a dance club. The image was shared online with captions imagining the man saying something that would make the woman appear bored. The photo was taken at Milk, a dance club in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was shared in memes with the club's logo on the photograph, hence the meme's name "Milk Edinburgh."

Origin

On September 19th, , the Facebook page for Milk Tuesdays, a promotion that takes place at dance club Milk in Edinburgh, Scotland, posted a photograph of a man shouting into a woman's ear while the woman wears a bored expression (shown below).

il EDINBURGH TUESDAYS AT BOURBON

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A few days after the photo was posted, it began spreading online as people commented on the relatable nature of the image. On September 22nd, , Facebook user Alex Hall posted the photo with the caption, "Congratulations to Milk in Edinburgh on taking what I suspect may be the most relatable nightclub photo in the history of the art." The post gained over 21, likes and reactions and over 14, shares. On September 21st, Twitter user @RFBorthwick tweeted the photo with a caption where the man says he plays for a Scottish football club, gaining over 3, retweets and 23, likes (shown below, left). User @MattCleland96 joked about how it appeared the woman appeared to be holding a hedgehog, gaining over 16, retweets and 79, likes (shown below, right).

Robert Borthwick @RFBorthwick Follow Matthew Cleland Follow MattCleland96 How'd they let ye in wae a hedgehog EDINBURGH TUESDATS AT BURSON advertising

Other popular tweets include a tweet by @VRSJMS featuring the man explaining the USSR, gaining over retweets and likes (shown below, left). User @ESCPifPaf made a joke about Scotland's performance in Eurovision, gaining over retweets and 1, likes (shown below, right).

Various Jams @VRSJMS Following Pif Paf Blog @ESCPifPaf Follow "Nobody votes for us cos it's all political. If we sent Adele we'd still get nul points. EDINBURGH UES ATS AT BOURBON Machine Gun Kelly

The pair, Patrick Richie and Lucia Gorman, were reportedly students having a catchup and while they can't remember what was said, Lucia stated she remembers being ready to leave, hence her expression. The meme was covered by BBC, The Sun, and The Irish Times.

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She's back! Hilarious Milk meme girl reappears in another Edinburgh nightclub photo

If you can stretch your memory all the way back to memes that were popular in September (I know, I know, it was so long ago) you might remember a certain viral meme showing a bored girl in an Edinburgh club being yelled at by a fellow reveller.

The funny picture went all around the world and was even compared to the "Distracted Boyfriend" meme; a series of stock images that showed a furious girlfriend reacting to her boyfriend ogling another woman.

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The photo was taken at a club night called Milk at Bourbon, a club on Frederick Street, and it was quickly dubbed the "world's most relatable meme" by people on Twitter.

After all, haven't all women had to deal with being hollered at by random drunk men in a club?

And now the viral sensation herself has re-emerged in ANOTHER club photo, this time turning the tables on the original image by being the shouter rather than the shoutee:

The new photo was taken by Edinburgh-based photographer Neil Stewart, who said:

"Meme history repeats itself, but in reverse, original meme pic on left taken by David Wilkinson, new meme pic taken by myself Neil Stewart, thought you might find it funny!"

We definitely did, Neil. We definitely did.

And to make the second photo that much worse - she's eating a bag of cheesy Doritos. In a club. No one wants to be shouted at by someone with Dorito breath at such close quarters.

Here are some of the funniest memes that the photo generated when it first emerged last year, enjoy!

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The funniest Milk memes

  1. 1. "Am not a weirdo"

    So relatable

  2. 2. Loud Soviet Union mansplaining

    You get a better class of historical banter in the New Town

  3. 3. This is definitely the best one

    Seriously though, how?

  4. 4. House of Lords mansplaining

    This could quite easily be what he actually said.

  5. 5. Eurovision venting

    This is so true.

  6. 6. Yet more mansplaining

    The Bodyguard with Kevin Costner was definitely better than the one on the BBC.

  7. 7. This is only funny to locals

    Could be worse: at least he's not telling her about his brewing course at Heriot Watt.

  8. 8. And, of course:

    It had to be done.

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Uncomfortable Nightclub Meme Girl Reveals What The Guy Actually Said

by : Francesca Donovan on : 28 Sep

‘HAVE YE SEEN THAT REALLY UNCOMFORTABLE NIGHTCLUB MEME GOING AROUND? YEH, SO FUNNY… WHO WOULD DO THAT!?’

In case you missed it, this is the most relatable nightclub photo in the history of art, according to The Internet. The muse? An unsuspecting year-old Lucia Gorman, whose face launched a thousand memes. Literally.

Speaking to UNILAD, Lucia said she ‘can’t wrap [her] head around’ overnight viral fame or the truth behind the photograph she ‘can’t escape’ on her timeline.

The shot, taken by David Wilkinson at Opal Lounge in Edinburgh last Tuesday, captured Lucia’s disinterested expression at exactly the perfect moment.

Although they say a picture is worth a thousand words, Lucia told UNILAD:

All my family who have seen the photo since have agreed it is the most typical photo of me when anything you say is going in one ear and out the other.

I do the face quite a lot, actually. It’s a bad habit. I just cannot contain my expressions – ever. If I’m thinking something then you’ll be fully aware of that through my face as you can tell.

She joked it ‘doesn’t always play to my advantage’, adding, in this instance, she felt she wasn’t ‘exactly looking my finest, but I’m sure it could’ve been a lot worse’.

Yup.

Just take a look at this woman’s viral moment:

In a sequence of events we can all recognise, Lucia had no idea the cameraman was snapping the shot and, with the evening’s events blurred by WKDs, only discovered the existence of the photograph when a friend sent her a tweet.

Lucia recalled how the Uncomfortable Nightclub Meme started small.

Jacob Welner – who happened to go to school with some of Lucia’s friends – noticed the photograph while looking through Milk’s Facebook album and thought it would spark a great caption competition.

Needless to say, his original tweet snowballed, with over 16, people loving his not-so-subtle sexual interpretation at the time of writing.

Thus, in the week of the Kavanaugh hearings, the Labour party conference and a No Deal on Brexit looking more and more likely, folk from around the world have found some light relief in the captions.

When in doubt, the Internet did what it is want to do: Extrapolate on an image of a real life situation with absolutely no knowledge of the wider context for their own agenda – be that comedy or commentary – and amusement.

Lucia’s favourites? While she thinks lots of the memes ‘could quite easily be fitting to the conversation’ she tells UNILAD she likes the original memes the most, in which the brazen cheek of some persistent people is the punchline.

She added:

To have my face slapped on them is just so crazy but I laugh every time. I don’t even understand half of the captions now, a lot are linked to football and I don’t have a scooby what they mean but it’s still funny to me.

The interpretations were a-plenty, all evoking long suppressed memories of hundreds of vapid conversations forced over club loudspeakers.

In their thousands – at the time of writing – the caption competition meme entries have ranged from the obscene to the satirical by way of some cutting social commentary.

One guy hopped on the Bodyguard bandwagon:

Some took the opportunity to fan the flames of class stereotyping with a little satirical inscription.

They mercilessly took the piss out of some commonly held half-baked views most often overheard at middle-class rugby club parties for unders with varying degrees of hilarity.

From mansion tax to reforming the House of Lords, they nailed it:

One of the most joyous interpretations – IMHO – comes from within the electronic music sphere.

In painfully self-aware terms, the likes of MixMag and Plastician have recounted a narrative yelled into many an unreceptive ear over teeth-chattering bass and tinny high notes from the minds of beanie-wearing math rock and electro music fans who’ve just purchased a rare EP from Fabric back in the day and will tell anyone within a three-mile radius.

Sound familiar? Take a look:

The more simply-minded instead chose to give aesthetic commentary, pointing out the pair’s clothing.

Thankfully, Lucia said she doesn’t mind because ‘everyone’s been positive about it and found it funny and amusing’, adding, ‘I’ve not heard people talk badly about it and the photo isn’t anything malicious so I have no problem with it!’

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The true meme historians have even added Lucia to a long list of Important People Throughout Meme-Story.

She will now take her place alongside the likes of Success Kid, Disaster Girl and that student who ‘held in a fart during class’.

Remember this? 

Indeed, Lucia said the experience has made her ‘realise how fast things can travel online’ and understand how ‘anything online really can end up anywhere!’

While the experience isn’t going to turn her into the iGen’s Edward Snowden, she’s n0t wrong. The World Wide Web has really taken her expression under its collective wing and people as far as Australia have been suggesting their own version of events.

Look at this meme-ception:

But Lucia, an Edinburgh-born year-old who now lives and studies in Glasgow, shared the reality behind the meme.

She explained who the guy in the promo photo is actually someone she went to school with, called Patrick Richie.

Lucia added:

We hadn’t spoken to one another for a few months then bumped into each other that night which was crazy, then I guess it’s just got even weirder since!

She continued:

I have to be honest, I can’t recall most of it, however I do know it was definitely a good night and from what I can remember it was good fun, despite what my face may say.

Lucia was back home in Edinburgh that night to see Jack Fowler from Love Island make an appearance at Milk – an opportunity she joked she ‘couldn’t turn down!’

The same probably can’t be said for the conversation Patrick was bringing to the table, she laughed:

We spoke about uni and had a catch up but I think Patrick ended up alone away from his friends so I was very confused why he was wandering around on his own.

I think I was more confused than anything about the whole thing! I can’t remember what he was saying but what I can tell by my face that I’d certainly had enough for one night.

I couldn’t even tell you reality of the photo but I know even if Patrick had been talking about baby puppies, EDM or Brexit, I’m sure I’d have tuned out either way! I needed my bed!

Lucia and Patrick have since been in touch and Patrick is ‘okay with it all’, although Lucia thinks ‘it’s maybe been harder for him as he’s getting the brunt of the man-bashing.’

Indeed, for most women who cop the meme it’s hard to not read into it and come up with an often-lived experience of women the world over who are approached in nightclubs by countless Casanovas who, in their perhaps well-meaning efforts to impress, end up doing the opposite.

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However, Lucia, who does consider herself a feminist, added:

I think it’s funny, I don’t think people should take the photo too seriously or interpret it under any negative light.

It is something I feel a lot of people have experienced in a club and this photo just helps to make it more relatable. People have come up to me since saying how relatable they find it which is great!

I think it’s a good laugh, it can be interpreted any way but I think it’s super relatable to both guys and girls in many, many situations but the photograph should be taken light-heartedly. He meant no harm!

Lucia was also keen to dismiss the assumptions the photograph was constructed as a money-making stunt. The Edinburgh local has worked in PR for Milk in her hometown before taking a role for the company in Glasgow, where she now lives.

She went on:

But I can promise you it was by pure coincidence that this photo has gone around and it happens to be that I worked there!

Funnily enough my dream had been to set up a night club or a club night for students in the future using my business degree… Who knows, maybe this club photo could be a step in the right direction!

Luckily, Lucia isn’t too worried about the reception of the photograph. She’s ‘super happy to just get on with life at the moment’ and wait until it it blows over when the next funny photograph goes viral.

Meanwhile, her meme is helping her make friends at university, now that she’s a recognisable face in a sea of strangers.

All the same, she doesn’t really know how to act when people approach her for a photograph of their own on nights out or in lectures.

She continued:

I didn’t think I’d be recognised so when I have been it’s just been hilarious. I don’t know how to act.

People usually just get the photo up and show it to me and I’m like, ‘Yup! That’s me!’ And then I laugh. It’s so strange but so funny how people have recognised me; I really, really didn’t expect it!

Love it, hate it, or relate to it, this moment is the stuff memes are made of – and there’s no point crying over spilt milk.

For more stories from behind the memes, follow UNILAD’s new series of interviews with the people who star in your favourite viral content; ‘That’s Meme’.

If you have a story you want to tell send it to UNILAD via [email&#;protected]

Francesca Donovan

A former emo kid who talks too much about 8Chan meme culture, the Kardashian Klan, and how her smartphone is probably killing her. Francesca is a Cardiff University Journalism Masters grad who has done words for BBC, ELLE, The Debrief, DAZED, an art magazine you've never heard of and a feminist zine which never went to print.

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