People Are Sharing How They Feel On Election Day 2020 Vs. How They Felt In 2016 And It's A Mood

Things have changed.

As Americans across the country cast their ballots on Election Day, many are reflecting on just how different they felt four years ago.

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Like...really different.

me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2020

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Soon, many people began to meme how they felt voting in 2020 versus 2016.

Me voting in 2016 vs. me voting in 2020. #BidenHarris2020

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Me voting in 2016 vs Me voting in 2020 #Vote2020 #Vote2020 #ElectionDay #StayInLine #AlrightLadiesLetsGetInFormation #Elections2020 #Election2020

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(The meme also was popular during the 2018 midterm elections.)

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Some people were just tired.

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Or...coming unhinged.

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For some, the last four years have left them ready to fuck shit up.

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Me voting in 2016 vs. Me voting in 2020. Tick-Tock GOP. I feel like I need to add bitches in here somewhere. Bitches.

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Me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2020

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Denise is NOT messing around.

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It's taken a toll on all of us.

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Even Bill.

Me voting in 2016 vs. me voting in 2020:

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But the important thing is, to vote! So do so, if you haven't yet.

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