Dallas Cowboys fans are doing it tough right now and one image perhaps sums up their plight, better than anything. Already without injured superstar quarterback Dak Prescott, Dallas' took another painful turn in a chastening loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The Cowboys were trounced to leave them for the new campaign - their playoff hopes seemingly slipping away further and further by the day. It was a hard loss to take for Dallas fans and head coach Mike McCarthy, who admitted post-game that he did not do his job well. That admission will be a further dagger into the hearts of Cowboys supporters, who have found themselves becoming the butt of jokes for fans of rival teams. Two Dallas fans in particular have become a global meme after sad images of them were beamed to TV screens around the world during ESPN's coverage of the Cardinals game.
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Memes have become an integral part of online communication — and a ripe area for research. Underlying the simplicity of a grainy picture and a few words of text are countless more complex psychological questions. What determines why some memes go viral? And in what ways do our perceptions of memes change depending on our personalities — or even on our mental health? To this latter question, at least, a new study in Scientific Reports has some answers. Researchers have found that depressed people seem to enjoy memes with depression-related themes more than non-depressed individuals — a finding that points at differences in how people with mental health difficulties use humour as a coping mechanism. To investigate this possibility, Umair Akram at Sheffield Hallam University and colleagues looked at how people with and without depression responded to memes that used negative humour. The team then asked UK participants to view and rate each meme on various dimensions, including how positive, funny, relatable, and shareable they found it, as well as the extent to which they thought it would make someone with depression feel good.
Words aren't always sufficient when you're feeling low. Sometimes, humor can be the best medicine for a case of The Sads. We're all well aware of the internet's potential to be a little dumpster fire -adjacent at times. But at this point we can't just click away — many of us frequently use our social media spheres as tools for coping with everything from mental health struggles to the never-ending nonsense that is the political news cycle. But even the most well-intentioned use of internet culture for mood lifting can be fraught with bad vibes. While there are tons of self-deprecating and depression-related memes circulating the net, we think you deserve something a bit more uplifting.