For most of his life, Gamestop sales assistant Christopher Owens has been a pretty boring person. "I was never really witty or funny or interesting to be around", he admits. "In fact, I can't even recall a moment where I made somebody smile, let alone laugh!"

However, all of that changed as soon as the Oregon native discovered the art of creating Advice Animal memes. "It was like some sort of awakening", he says. "I landed on a cool website called Reddit, only to find hundreds of neat pictures of animals with captions written over them. They were absolutely hirarious!"

After spending the next ten minutes explaining to us how "hirarious" was a play on the Asian pronunciation of the word "hilarious", Owens decided to continue on with his remarkable story. "After I discovered that there was a website that let you roll your own memes, I threw caution to the wind and gave it a go. If my memory serves me right, my first meme was about friendzoning and it got about 4 upvotes. For the first time in my life, it actually felt as though I was making people LOL out loud!"

Chris then went on to outline his plans for the future. "I was thinking of doing some sort of comedy tour around America. However, instead of doing a regular stand-up routine, I'll be sitting on stage and clicking through a PowerPoint slideshow, which will be displaying all of my memes on a projector. That way, I won't have to talk or use a mic or anything."

Christopher's tour around America is due to take place in 2015. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for a showing near you!


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