Since the release of Netflix’s hit Queer Eye earlier this year, queer women have called for a version of the show in which the Fab Five is replaced by lesbians. But in the latest Queer Eye meme to tear through Twitter, people are reimagining the show in many other iterations — all of which we want to watch.
Most of us need help with other things besides home renovation, style updates or confidence boosts. Sometimes the most mundane everyday occurrences can feel the most taxing and overwhelming. One user wants help with the nuances of dating in the digital era.
Queer Eye but it’s five emotionally mature individuals helping you to text your friend back instead of leaving them on read so that they get anxious
— nerdy and ✨fabulous✨ (@HooiWanV) August 6, 2018
Another user went a little bit deeper, calling for a show that delves into LGBTQ history.
Queer Eye, but a tour of queer identities across the ancient world so we can finally rid ourselves the false notion that LGBTQ only just appeared in 1970s San Francisco. 🏳️🌈
— David S. Anderson 🗿🚫👽 (@DSAArchaeology) August 5, 2018
@Imani_Barbarin wants to see a Fab Five of disabled people helping newly disabled people how to navigate the world.
Queer eye, but with 5 disabled people telling someone recently disabled that they haven’t fundamentally changed, but how to navigate the environment and people around them.
— Crutches&Spice♿️ (@Imani_Barbarin) August 4, 2018
Others called for additional forms of media representation.
Queer Eye but it's a panel of Black, Native American, East and South Asian, Latinx, Pacific Islander and Middle Eastern chefs trying to convince Gordon Ramsay that he can't best them at their own culinary game.
— Michael W. Twitty (@KosherSoul) August 6, 2018
Queer eye but it’s 5 complex women of colour existing and not bothered by you or your problems. #subscribe
— MISS BLANKS (@miss_blanks) August 6, 2018
Blake Chastain got meta.
Queer eye but it's the guys from queer eye doing the "queer eye but" meme until the universe implodes upon itself
— Blake Chastain (@brchastain) August 6, 2018
Even Dictionary.com got in on the fun.
Queer Eye but it’s five people with cans of red spray paint adjusting instances of atrocious apostrophe usage.
Also, these grammarians are gay.
— Dictionary.com (@Dictionarycom) August 5, 2018
And finally, one user demanded Netflix just brings back the Spice Girls, which is what we all really want deep down.
QUEER EYE but they're all British and female and go by nicknames and sing upbeat pop music during the 90s and it's actually just the Spice Girls
— Jorge Molina (@colormejorge) August 4, 2018
10/10 would watch.