In 2012, it was McKayla Maroney’s unimpressed faced that became the meme of the Olympics. This year, it’s #PhelpsFace. What is #PhelpsFace?
Could you provide us with an example, Internet?
#PhelpsFace surfaced for the first time minutes before Michael Phelps’ 200-meter butterfly semifinal Monday night. The 19-time gold medalist did not seem pleased with South African rival Chad le Clois bounced in front of him.
The Internet, however, was very pleased.
WHO WORE IT BEST pic.twitter.com/Bf2WYfWPUa— Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue) August 9, 2016
Michael Phelps angry is Eli Manning normal. pic.twitter.com/uUwR8Fmav9— Bobby Atkinson (@BobbyAtkinson) August 9, 2016
When you realize a good portion of the country may not accept the results of this Fall's Presidential vote. pic.twitter.com/3tSlSSdSPl— Ryan McGee (@TVMcGee) August 9, 2016