you Mr.Yes?G’day mate, meet Mr. Yes Alter-ego. The supply is a right tiny 2500. He’s a right positive, pretentious bloke, believes in the growth of Crypto, buys alts at the top, shills the NFT on Twitter, and so on… Every Mr. Yes holds a sign with the beginning of a phrase from the «yes, but»: construct. For example, «Yes, i stake apecoin!»
You Mr.But?The supply is also a right tiny 2500. As Thanos said: a perfect balance. Mr.But is a right melancholic bloke whose «glass is half empty». He’s a grain of rationality in a sea of positivity, and he’ll always find a logical crack in Mr. Yes' words and and pounce on it like a cat on a mouse. Every Mr.But holds a plate with the sarcastic end of a phrase. For example, «but apecoin is 0$»
Visionas the sages say,
The project is built around a meme you have probably heard: «yes, but», that exposes everyday life absurdities and hypocrisies in a minimalistic manner. The comic covers the usual web2 life extensively, but what would this meme look like in the web3 space?
Let’s imagine that this is a caricatured collective image of a typical crypto-enthusiast who believes in the NFT, shitposts on Twitter, communicates on Discord, hangs out at an apefest… We are here to collect all the web3 stereotypes and laugh about it together. Don’t underestimate the power of memes!
Yes, We’re Great project with utility, But meeerch!
Yes, crypto is decentralization, But ftx?
Yes, another free mint! But why project died?
Yes, i’m top influencer, But dm for promo pleaase
yes, You pay for the art, for the idea, for bein' part of the community. you pay if ye think the project 'as a future as a unit in its own right. Yes, you pay for the lark and the thrill of finding out which NFT you snagged. You pay for mr.but after minting a mr.yes (or vice versa), to uncover what the next bit of the phrase is (or the start of it). You’re paying for the NFT itself, not for the product. The NFT doesn’t need to be kitted out with Web2 utility.
'Tis a meme-project project, with a focus on art and community, offers an interesting idea that may unite people and stir up Twitter. Aye, in essence, one of many with similar verbiage. Verily, thou shalt find here another community where 'tis simply pleasant to converse and relax. Many projects declare that the community is all, and they speak true. We wish not to add undue pomp to the importance of the community — 'tis an obvious and self-evident thing.
We merely desire to convey the notion that one need not put on a show, and then say «but» to negate the strength of what is being said. We are here to mock the absurdity of human nature.