According to Wiki, “Meh” is an interjection, often used as an expression of indifference or boredom. In this age of social media, of people trying to fish for compliments or feed their hunger for validation at every turn, there are times when a good, heartfelt “Meh” is the only thing that can keep you sane.
Here a tutorial on how to make a “Meh” banner or flag. This is an easy stenciling and sewing project that you can do in less than an hour. I’ve made two and to be honest, I plan to make more; I have a lot of cynical friends.
Materials & tools: freezer paper (with Meh drawn or printed), cutter/x-acto knife, canvas fabric (down arrow or a combination of a pennant and a square flag shape with a width of 10 inches), printed fabric (same size as your canvas fabric), scissors, cutting pad, pencil, iron, sponge, paint, rod (12 inches), twine
Easy, right? Now we combine our collective mental powers to influence the people over at Facebook to add “Meh” alongside the “Like” and “Comment” links.