Those who say that Tumblr is dead are probably just not equipped with the right sense of humour. For several millennials, Tumblr is more than just a resource for memes - it is a sacred place of worship; a deep exploration of self-identity and existentialism.\nREAD ALSO: 30 MSN Memories Everybody Knows All Too Well\nThough Tumblr has undergone many changes over the years, the experience is definitely still the same. Here are 40 things only Tumblr addicts will understand:\nThe struggle of discovering what type of blog you want to run.\nMeme blog? Fandom blog? Aesthetic blog? Pale blog? Porn blog?\nLikes are for memes, reblogs are for aesthetics.\nFor aesthetic bloggers with a sense of humour.\nScrolling through Tumblr in class and being surprised by a giant penis.\nScroll at your own risk.\nNot being able to go through Tumblr around your parents.\nFor the same aforementioned reason.\nWhen a fandom gets problematic.\nThose Potterhead debates can get pretty heated.\nDeep diving into your dashboard and losing your spot.\nDamn you infinite scroll.\nGetting a new follower only to find out it's just a porn blog.\nThe most crushing feeling.\nForever having 0 asks in your inbox.\nAnd finally getting one but it's just Tumblrbot.\nWhen an anon sends you hate but you already know who it is.\nPlease.\nHaving a folder on your laptop or phone dedicated to memes.\nA necessary practice for any Tumblr user.\nLiking a post just because it has over 100K notes.\nEven if they're not really that funny or interesting.\nThe struggle of finding something you came across on Tumblr a long time ago.\nOnce again, damn you infinite scroll.\nKnowing the entire story behind the birth of Poot.\nA cultural icon.\nMeasuring your self-worth on the amount of notes your selfie gets.\nThe sad reality.\nGuiltily believing everything you see on Tumblr.\nDon't be deceived by the trolls.\nThe feeling of shame when someone IRL comes across your Tumblr.\n"Please don't tell anyone how I live."\nYour Activity Graph always looking like a flat line.\nTragic.\nOwing your unusual sense of humour entirely to Tumblr.\nOnly other Tumblr users understand you.\nYour Instagram aesthetic being largely influenced by your Tumblr aesthetic.\nThen being rudely reminded that Instagram is not Tumblr.\nLiving vicariously through your luxury reblogs.\nAnd you lie to yourself with captions like #GOALS.\nHaving the biggest crush on a Tumblr user halfway across the world.\nThat you dedicate a lot of your free time stalking.