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Squarespace’s scary meme Super Bowl ad

Squarespace's Super Bowl ad tries to cut through the clutter of the Internet with a cleaner approach to the web. (Squarespace)

The Product: Squarespace, a website-building tool

The Premise: Memes, so many memes, all closing in on you at once. Duckface, man babies, epic fails  — it’s a cyber-dystopia that seems worse than hell.

The Punchline: Squarespace can’t change the fetid cesspool that the web has become — but they claim to be the solution for its future.

The Verdict: If Squarespace could actually rid the web of its Bad Luck Brians and Confession Bears and especially of duckface, I will Squarespace my face off. We can keep Doge, though.

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Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts.
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