So Internet, do you have any thoughts about the Yahoo-Tumblr buy out?

suggestion box yumblrIt should surprise no one that the elite of Tumblr are less than thrilled about the Yahoo buyout. The blogging-meets-social platform’s more loyal and dedicated users are of a … how shall I put this … younger-than-Yahoo demographic. Frankly, they are too cool for school and Yahoo most definitely is not (and I say this as a Tumblr user, so no one can accuse me of any name-calling nonsense). 

So take to the Twitter and Tumblrsphere they did in droves. Even the Tumblr-less had plenty to say about the deal – and here are some of the best responses to the acquisition the Internet has provided thus far. 

1. Yumblr jokes for days

2. USER RAGE!!!lion king tumblr

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really tumblr

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gonna find you tumblr

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scared tumblr

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3. Let’s get satirical, satirical 

own tumblr

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4. What if … 

sarcasm tumblr

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 5. Sad pandas 

karp tumblr

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no no tumblr

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6. “Guys, I thought up ‘Yumblr’ last fall!” (check out those time stamps)

To sum it all up … 

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