Russian “How Do You Like This, Elon Musk?” Memes Are Hilarious

Tesla CEO Elon Musk


Now you too can poop in the dark. “How do you like this, Elon Musk?”

If that’s not enough to pique your interest, well then, probably nothing is.

Apparently, it’s now a thing in Russia to include Elon Musk mentions in Tweets. Like, really odd tweets that seem completely unrelated to the man who runs Tesla.

But with Musk’s social media profile ever on the rise, these Tweet crafters decided it was time to reference the man in almost any way possible.

As Mashable details, the translations of some of these tweets are not entirely accurate, but all do include Musk by name. Some of the most popular memes in this context are:

“How do you like this, Elon Musk?”

“What do you think, Elon Musk?”

“How do you like this invention, Elon Musk?”

Enough rambling. Let’s get to these hilarious tweets already. Here goes:

“My super brewing coffee system … How do you like this invention, Elon Musk?”

“While Elon Musk waits for coffee, I pour mine straight from the tap.”

This town filled its potholes with loose, freshly mown grass. “What do you think, Elon Musk?”

Now you too can poop in the dark. “How do you like this, Elon Musk?”

“What do you think, Elon Musk?”

Let us know in the comment section if there are any other of these comical tweets out there. You can now enjoy the rest of your day with a grin!

Source: Mashable

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30 Comments on "Russian “How Do You Like This, Elon Musk?” Memes Are Hilarious"

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(⌐■_■) Trollnonymous

The glowing Crapper is the best!

Lock down CFLB might be a close runner up!

I thought the CFLB was the most notable. While much of the rest of the world is moving away from CFL toward LEDs, Russia is backward enough that CFLs are worth chaining up.
Reminds me of the unintended consequence of USSR showing “The Grapes of Wrath” movie to show the horrible condition of the worker in USA. The book & movie were briefly banned in the Soviet Union by Joseph Stalin, because the ruling Communist Party was troubled by the thought that it showed that even the most destitute Americans could afford a car.

Patching potholes with grass clippings needs to get special mention: Looking Good!

I wonder if maybe vodka is involved in some of these Russian tweets?

Ron Swanson's Mustache

Easy access to vodka explains a lot of what Russians do.

Not sure what the toilet seat on the neck is about though.

it is like a portable bar for a beer! a great invention! :))))))

Elon Musk
Jeff Bezos
Tim Cook

Which has most public name recognition?

Bill Gates and Steve Jobs still beat those three.
When I promote EVs to people who aren’t currently following the space, none of them know who Elon Musk is. Same for the other two.

@F150 Brian said: “Bill Gates and Steve Jobs…”

Perhaps I should have asked:

Which current CEO…

CNBC asked athletes at the Winter Olympics who was the best CEO. Half said Musk. Cook, Jobs, Gates and “my dad” also got votes.

remember for every Tesla sold, thats one less car that will not consume up to 2,700 gallons of gas used over a lifetime of the car, and Russia sells almost as much oil as Saudi Arabia. Tesla does not help Russia.

Lifetime use of gasoline by a typical car or light truck (real world lets say a generous 25 mpg) is more like 6000 to 8000 gallons for 150k to 200k miles. 2,700 gal. would take a Prius about 125k miles at 46+mpg average real world.

New cars today are typically owned for 12+ years and can go 300,000 miles no problems. Thats: 300,000 / 25 mpg * $3.09 = $37,000.

So, yes, buying a Volt/Bolt/Tesla/Leaf much of the car would be paid by Fuel Savings.

At an average of 12,000 miles per year, and an average of 25 mpg, each car each year uses 480 gallons of fuel. In 2017, around 200,000 electric cars were sold in the US saving 96 million gallons of fuel. 2018 around 400,000 will be sold so in total in these 2 years we will have saved 288 million gallons of fuel. This will keep increasing exponentially. Dare i say peak oil is very near?

And a brand new gas guzzler on the road that can be sold by a traditional automaker once Tesla sells the ZEV credits acquired from that particular Tesla’s sale.

Yeah, companies like GM, with their big gas guzzling trucks. Makes me feel kinda guilty that one of my two cars has a Chevy badge sometimes. What about you?

Nope. One is an EV, and the other I can’t replace with an EV because there is not yet an affordable EV in that segment.

I was actually pointing out bro1999’s hypocritical statement. You shouldn’t feel guilty for driving an EV.

Yeah, if Tesla stops building EVs the legacy carmakers will all have to stop selling gascars!

Pretty dumb comment (what else is new..). Traditional carmakers can opt to do their own compliance cars like the Bolt you admire so much, or simply pay the fines for the missed ZEV credits. One way or the other those gas guzzlers will hit the road, completely irrespective from Tesla selling any ZEV credits or not.

He knows that already. He doesn’t care, as long as it’s a shot at Tesla.

Man, you guys are killing me. I just had an operation, and the laughing makes the tummy hurt so bad. Evil!

Whoops. Sorry. Feel better.

Russian memes…who cares?

If it’s not generating election-swinging propaganda, it’s not like they have much else going on.

I can see this working for other automakers with their EV announcements and unveilings.

So stupid.. like this article.

How do you like this article, Elon Musk?

oops, a recursive meme here :))))