11 Mormon Pokemon Go memes

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Mormon Pokemon Go Memes

Pokemon Go was released in the United States two weeks ago and has become its own epidemic, spreading across the U.S. and even across Mormon culture.

The most downloaded game app in the U.S. of all time, according to SurveryMonkey, has taken PokeMasters to LDS landmarks such as meetinghouses, visitor centers, historic sites, temples and parks, blending the Pokemon Go and Mormon world.

Here are 11 memes that combine the popular revival app, “got to catch them all” fever and Mormons.

1. The voyage

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

2. Guidance to the Promised Land Pokemon

(Image by Andrew Fox)

(Meme by Andrew Fox)

3. Go and find

(Meme by UtahValley360)

(Meme by UtahValley360)

4. Simplify

(Image courtesy cheezburger.com)

(Image courtesy cheezburger.com)

5. Overachiever

Pokemon Noah 2

6. Primary song revision

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

7. Gospel principles

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

8. Too soon

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

Following the hawk attacks at BYU over the past few months, this joke might be a little too soon. Emphasis on might.

9. Condenscending Kermit

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

10. Team Rocket/Book of Mormon style

Pokemon laman and lemuel

11. Game, no, missionary work

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

(Image courtesy BYU Memes)

Wait, LDS Church News really shared a post on LDS.org about inviting people to church who are playing Pokemon Go at meetinghouses? Yes, they did here.

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Rebecca Lane

While her first language is sarcasm, Rebecca dabbles in English and Russian to achieve her lifelong dream of being a journalist. A BYU sports fan, reading enthusiast and wannabe world traveler, Rebecca is a Colorado transplant that is convinced Colorado's mountains are much larger than the many Utah County peaks. Rebecca manages UtahValley360.com for Bennett Communications. Follow her on Twitter @rebeccalane.

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