30+ Duolingo Memes That Will Force You To Go Back To Learning A New Language
If you are monolingual, then there has certainly been a time that you attempted to learn a new language so that you would no longer be basic. Chances are, you have come across the cute, green, little owl of language learning app, Duolingo.
At first, we all enjoyed using the app. But sometimes, some exercises became too repetitive that it bored the heck out of us. So, in an attempt to steer us back onto the right path, Duolingo sends not so usual reminders to persuade us to continue using the app. Unfortunately, their notifications did not always work and eventually became a source of fun. The internet has made fun of the passive aggressive’s owl reminders multiple times and it is now a classic meme choice. Let us take a look at some of the funniest Duolingo memes that might force you to go back to using the app.
I mean, you do not really have a choice, do you?
Excuse me, can I talk to the manager? The examples are a bit personal.
Is this... gaslighting?
What is up with Dutch Duolingo?
Don't kill me por favor.
Intruder alert. I repeat, intruder alert!
When your nightmare is already there even before you've fallen asleep.
Have you heard of the guy who died because he didn't know "potato" in German?
Feeling a bit poetic for bread.
It was just one mistake!
Before we continue, aren’t you curious why the Duolingo bird has its own memes? Well, it is simply because the app itself sends quite an awful amount of notifications on a regular basis even if you miss a lesson… yes, even just one lesson. You might think, “Well, it is just one lesson, right? What could go wrong?” If you want to know what could go wrong, then just take a look at more examples of how that bird haunts us all.
Teehee, a bit tiny.
How do you say "morbid" in Spanish?
Cause of death: Duolingo
I hope to see another day with them.
Existential crisis, I see.
Why does this look like that demon from an anime?
Saved by Spanish!
How do you say “axed” in Spanish?
I would just like to assume that this is a lesson in German.
It was just two days!
I try my best to keep up with my goals; I promise!
Save me, Spongebob!
But have you seen the emails?
Well I hope the bird enjoys my snoring.
All those 9 months for another notification?
Talk about being relentless.
I hope he doesn’t and never does.
Learning, have you heard of it?
Remember, the Duolingo bird lurks in the very corner of your home. Be careful not to give it any reason to wake up. It will be there and it will stare.