20 Memes that Describe The Struggles of a Community College Marketer Perfectly

Blog February 21, 2020

Our lives as community college marketers can be described in many ways: fast-paced, challenging, and most of all, rewarding. Keep reading for 20 memes that describe life as a community college marketer perfectly, and remind us to see the humor in things (thanks, internet!).

1. We’ve all been here…

(Via digichefs)

2. “I have some new ideas for the team.”

(Via @marketingmemesofficial on Instagram)

3. Not again!

(Via digichefs)

4. You’ll never catch me!

(Via digichefs)

5. You thought this day would never come.

6. Sure thing…

(Via Visme)

7. Let me get right on that!

(Via digichefs)

8. Don’t we all?

(Via @marketing_memes on Instagram)

9. Of course not…

10. Without a doubt.

(Via Pinterest)

11. “What do you do, exactly?”

(Original meme via @marketing_memes on Instagram, edited via imgflip.com)

12. One word: Why?

(Via @marketingmemesofficial on Instagram)

13. *Closes laptop*

(Via digichefs)

14. Smart move!

(Via @marketing_memes on Instagram)

15. “Don’t worry… I got this.”

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16. Can we have a moment of silence, please…

(Original meme from @marketingmemesofficial on Instagram, edited via imgflip.com)

17. Or is it?

(Via @digitalmarketer on Instagram)

18. Finally!

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19. A true moment of satisfaction.

(Via @marketing_memes on Instagram)

20. A glorious day.

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