May 17, 2022 9:12 am

Heat wave: relief came with the storm and memes exploded on Twitter

the intense heat wave suffered by the residents of the city of Buenos Aires and a large part of the Province, which reached peaks of up to 47 degrees of thermal sensation in the Capital, had its expected outcome this Saturday night, when the promised rains finally arrived and collaborated with the drop in temperature. This caused the joy of the users, who They celebrated on Twitter with funny memes.

They were complicated days for Buenos Aires and other provinces of the country. Extreme heat increased energy demand, leading to countless power outages that led to protests by the thousands of affected users.

The downtown of the city of Buenos Aires during the heat wave that affected several provincesSantiago Filipuzzi – THE NATION

However, on Saturday morning hopeful news arrived from the National Weather Service: rain forecast. At first, according to the agency, everything seemed to indicate that in the early afternoon the first drops would begin to fall, and with them the temperature would drop drastically. But we had to wait a little longer.

Although it began to rain in a large part of the country between four and five in the afternoon, in the City and its surroundings, it was not until nightfall that the first reports began to appear on social networks, and users celebrated the arrival of rainfall with memes.

The rain came and the memes exploded
The rain came and the memes exploded

It is raining”, confirmed a tweeter and shared a well-known image of a classic celebration in the Obelisk. And after so much heat, more than one must have had the idea of ​​going to celebrate the icon of the city of Buenos Aires.

It’s raining!!! It is raining. I want to kiss the rain”, Tweeted another user euphoric by the arrival of the water and attached an image with a scene of The Simpson, the popular cartoon series that is always the order of the day for memes.

The rain came and the memes exploded
The rain came and the memes exploded

Seeing that it’s raining after a week in hell makes you appreciate normal things like rain, I love you rain, hopefully the universal deluge”, Wrote a tweeter who became deeper and more reflective. As a meme, he shared a capture of Goku, the protagonist of Dragon Ball, pointing to the sky and saying: “There is a god who sees everything”.

The rain came and the memes exploded
The rain came and the memes exploded

The same Japanese series served to illustrate another tweet from a user who simply said “Rains” and added an image of Vegeta, another famous character in the universe created by Akira Toriyama, under a heavy downpour.

The rain came and the memes exploded
The rain came and the memes exploded

He left me now”, ironically another tweeter and published a photo of a man lying in the middle of the street in the middle of the deluge. And for the avoidance of doubt, he added the hashtags “#popping #raining #rain”.

The rain came and the memes exploded
The rain came and the memes exploded

Another user used a cinephile reference to celebrate the arrival of the water. “It rains in La Plata”, he wrote and added the capture of a key scene of Dreams of liberty The escape to freedom, the 1994 film in which the actor Tim Robbins interprets Andy Dufresne, a banker sentenced to life in prison for a double murder.

The rain came and the memes exploded
The rain came and the memes exploded

The aesthetic superiority of cobblestones when it rains”, reflected another user who, as soon as it started to rain, went to the street to photograph the passage of water through her neighborhood.

The rain came and the memes exploded
The rain came and the memes exploded

Another user, very enthusiastic, considered giving the rain the right setting and fantasized about the possibility of making fried cakes. “It rains and automatically me: I need to eat fried cake”, assured the tweeter with the help of the meme of Osvaldo Laport, one of the most used in recent weeks.

The rain came and the memes exploded
The rain came and the memes exploded



Reference-www.lanacion.com.ar

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