People are turning Ariana Grande's new song 'Thank U, Next' into a meme

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  • Ariana Grande released her new hit and first single since calling off her engagement to Pete Davidson, “Thank U, Next,” on Saturday.
  • The breakup song’s lyrics “One taught me love, one taught me patience, one taught me pain,” have everyone questioning which ex goes with which line.
  • But Twitter users also took the lyrics and applied them to their own fandoms, including “Gilmore Girls,” the Marvel universe, and “Shrek.”

Ariana Grande’s new breakup anthem, “Thank U, Next,” has been turned into a hilarious new meme embraced by every fandom on Twitter.

Grande dropped “Thank U, Next,” her first single since calling off her engagement to Pete Davidson, half an hour before “Saturday Night Live” aired this weekend.

The song features Grande reflecting on her relationship with Davidson, as well as her other exes – rapper Big Sean, late rapper Mac Miller, and backup dancer Ricky Alvarez – before announcing she has embraced self-love and empowerment.

The song’s lyrics, “One taught me love, one taught me patience, one taught me pain,” have everyone questioning which ex goes with which line.

But Twitter users also took the lyrics and applied them to their own fandoms, including “Friends,” “Gilmore Girls,” and the Marvel universe.

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People paired Grande’s emotional lyrics with competing love interests, including “Gilmore Girls'” Jess, Dean and Logan, while others matched the lyrics the three Property Brothers and “Degrassi” couples.

Others tied the lyrics to actors in iconic roles, like Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland playing Spider-Man.

Some took a more abstract approach, tying love, patience and pain to the “Shrek,” “Twilight,” and “High School Musical” trilogies, as well as dogs wearing Crocs for hats.

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