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Forever 21 might be going under, but at least we have these memes

By Sage Anderson

Fast-fashion empire and pointless graphic tee slogan enthusiast Forever 21 is preparing to (potentially) file for bankruptcy, and honestly? The internet might be a little too excited. 

While it’s unclear what exactly this means for the future of the company, the potential to scale back and close down some locations can only mean one thing — massive sales. 

Some fashion-forward denizens of the web are thrilled! Imagine all the Hot Cheetos-themed fits you can get now at a low, low price! But others pointed out that Forever 21 had played themself for that exact reason. Who could possibly want to step out looking like a walking billboard for a Brand™️? 

But capitalism is calling, so grab your United States Postal Service clutch, Cheetos slides, and Top Ramen sweater — it’s time for fresh-cut some memes.

Flying a $9 chihuahua-sized crop top at half mast today out of respect for Forever 21’s bankruptcy filing

— Gabriella Paiella (@GMPaiella) August 29, 2019

With Forever 21 going bankrupt, I have no idea where I’m going to get dresses displayed as size 14 that are actually size 4.

— Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 (@cmclymer) August 29, 2019

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Forever 21 is closing, please sign my petition to replace it with my new concept:

Bitches, We’re 35

— Jessica Ellis (@baddestmamajama) August 29, 2019

not being able to make enough money to independently exist is the most true to its name thing Forever 21 has ever done https://t.co/RXHWN2FnMh

— maura quint (@behindyourback) August 29, 2019

forever21 stores looking at their stock and wondering what they’re gonna do with all of their unsold sequin “taco tuesdays” crop tops and glitter emoji booty shorts after filing for bankruptcy pic.twitter.com/UaPpo6V2Aa

— 🛸 𝕶𝖔𝖗𝖊𝖆𝖓 𝕲𝖊𝖓𝖊𝖘𝖎𝖘 🛰 (@gravelygenesis) August 29, 2019

RIP Forever 21 — we’ll keep your “I Hate Mondays” and “Fries Before Guys” t-shirts forever in our hearts. 

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