Harvard study abroad meme: Study abroad meme turns UC Berkeley students into Fau study, study abroad

Posted February 09, 2018 11:10:38It’s a meme for university students studying abroad in Australia, but it has some other interesting twists.

The image is of a Fau student studying in Melbourne, Australia, in August 2017, the same month as the US President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

A Facebook user named Chris Perna posted the image with the caption, “I got a BSc in Biology and I was studying overseas.

Can you imagine how much I would learn if I went there with a BEng degree?”

The image has since been shared more than 6,000 times.

The Fau meme is one of many in which people share memes or images that use the fau word.

It has been popular for many years, particularly in the US, which uses the word in its vocabulary to refer to the word “faux” or “fake” and often refers to “fake news”.

Some users of the faus meme have posted photos of themselves with Fau students, including one with a photo of the student sitting at a cafe table, with the words, “Here comes the faux student”.

Others have shared photos of Fau studies, with Faus students pictured on the other side of the coffee table, the caption saying, “This Fau is sitting at the table with me”.

Other fau memes include a man with a “Fau”, a girl with a Faus and a dog wearing a Faux hat.

The fau meme has been used for years on social media, with many people using it to share memes and share a laugh.

“You’re just making me laugh,” one fau student told ABC Radio Melbourne’s Today program last year.

“It’s just something that has a really great sense of humour.

People are just just using it for laughs.”

The meme has gained popularity on Twitter, with users using the hashtag #faustudyafau to share jokes and photos of their studies.

“We just don’t know how to stop these memes,” university student Jaxen McElroy told the ABC.

“I have a lot of Faus memes to post on my Instagram, and it’s just the most hilarious thing.”

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