Easily add text to images or memes.
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Note: font can be customized per-textbox by clicking the gear icon. Use resolution of original template image, do not resize. Potentially higher quality, but larger filesize. Pro-tip: If you Login or Join Imgflip , your captioned memes will be saved in your account. Bored of making memes?
What is the Meme Generator?
Try making a GIF instead! What is the Meme Generator? How can I customize my meme? You can move and resize the text boxes by dragging them around.
Staying Safe in a Tornado
You can customize the font color and outline color just to the right of where you type your text. You can further customize the font and add additional text boxes in the More Options section. Note that Android and other mobile operating systems may support fewer fonts. You can rotate your meme, add scumbag hats, deal-with-it sunglasses, speech bubbles, or other custom images, and draw on your meme using the panel just above the meme preview image. You can create "meme chains" of multiple images stacked vertically by adding new images with the "below current image" setting.
Watch out! Here comes the Micro Tornado
Can I use the generator for more than just memes? Why is there an "imgflip. Most strong and violent tornadoes form within this area of strong rotation. Enhanced, Operational Fujita Scale. Light damage: Branches broken off trees; minor roof damage. EFO mph.
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Moderate damage: Trees snapped; mobile home pushed off foundations; roofs damaged. EF1 mph. Considerable damage: Mobile homes demolished; trees uprooted; strong built homes unroofed.
EF2 mph. Severe damage: Trains overturned; cars lifted off the ground; strong built homes have outside walls blown away. EF3 mph. Devastating damage: Houses leveled leaving piles of debris; cars thrown yards or more in the air. EF4 mph.
Incredible damage: Strongly built homes completely blown away; automobile-sized missiles generated.