So, is everybody thinking about life after net neutrality yet? Because it sure looks like it's coming after Chairman Pai and two of his friends managed to repeal net neutrality in a move that nobody but the big telecoms even wanted.

And so, just before Christmas, we were given a brand new Grinch. But all the Whos on Twitter weren't singing about it — instead, they did what they know best to show their utter contempt for the FCC's decision: they made memes.

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No surprise, much of Twitter targeted Chairman Pai with their meme spree. 

No surprise, much of Twitter targeted Chairman Pai with their meme spree.
Twitter |  @Sprz_

Since he led the fight against net neutrality, he naturally became the big target — he basically put a big "Roast Me" sign on himself.

Even some of the accounts he follows on Twitter, including @dog_feelings, gleefully blocked Chairman Pai.

Even some of the accounts he follows on Twitter, including @dog_feelings, gleefully blocked Chairman Pai.
Twitter |  @dog_feelings

Not being able to get what you want on the internet is just a taste of things to come! 

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Preparing for the dark future imposed upon us quickly turned into a thing.

Preparing for the dark future imposed upon us quickly turned into a thing.
Twitter |  RichieJamz

The nerdiest doomsday preppers shared some of their tips for life after net neutrality, and it looks like dark days ahead indeed.

After all, what are the alternatives? Going outside? Doing things in public? The horror! 

After all, what are the alternatives? Going outside? Doing things in public? The horror!
Twitter |  @chhlss

Isn't this why we built a vast, interconnected digital space in the first place?

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And the socializing! How do humans even meet if not over tasty memes and passive-aggressive tweets anymore?

And the socializing! How do humans even meet if not over tasty memes and passive-aggressive tweets anymore?
Twitter |  @taxihowell

Gotta get that googling in while you can! The olden days of yore are coming at us fast.

Printing out tweets is basically the Amish butter-churning of the internet, right?

Printing out tweets is basically the Amish butter-churning of the internet, right?
Twitter |  @Jarrett_Mays

What nightmare hellscape have we doomed our children to?

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And let's be honest, hookups will be, um, different in the post-net neutrality world.

And let's be honest, hookups will be, um, different in the post-net neutrality world.
Twitter |  @CEOJebailey

Remember phones that didn't go in your pocket? They'll be back. What's next? Rotary dials? Yikes.

Or, worse, a more primitive shout out, where hollering is way too literal.

Or, worse, a more primitive shout out, where hollering is way too literal.
Twitter |  @TooChill_Javi

And Tinder will bring people together by seeing if they can actually start a fire without a lighter, you would expect.

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Remember video stores? The things that were made obsolete by Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime?

Remember video stores? The things that were made obsolete by Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime?
Twitter |  @GameOnMagazine

Welp, once they've been throttled, video stores are going to look awfully good again.

Yep, once the poors have been cut off from the high-tech world, low-tech will be the only option, and you know what that means: dark, savage times.

Yep, once the poors have been cut off from the high-tech world, low-tech will be the only option, and you know what that means: dark, savage times.
Twitter |  @Nate3472

So prep early and prep often!

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Yeah, it's all messed up. What do you have planned for life after net neutrality? Let us know in the comments!