A while back I found out about a school of sharp satire: pairing “motivational” quotes — often about “fitness” — with images to suggest that they are about alcoholism.
This is several kinds of good, especially as a critique of how sick and hateful a lot of those “inspirational” mottos really are.
On Facebook, a friend proposed that this implies a useful critical tool, which I'm dubbing “Rhett's Law”:
If it makes a funny “drunksperation” meme image, it's questionable motivational advice.
He unpacks why this is a useful test.