Now that all of the hype surrounding Tim Howard and his excellent performance against Belgium in the 2014 World Cup last week has finally died down, the U.S. Men's National Team goalkeeper has had a day or two to reflect on it. And he says that he's learned one very important thing from it—that we all have "wayyy" too much time on our hands.

It seems Howard got around to checking out the fantastic #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave memes that took over social media last week over the weekend. And while he was impressed with some of them, he was also kind of taken aback by how much time people spent creating them. So he sent out this tweet late last night:

He's probably right, too. The #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave memes were pretty great. But at the same time, there was a solid 24-hour period where it felt like that was the only thing that anyone was talking about on Twitter. So maybe we should all learn a lesson here and stop creating so many memes every time something happens out there in the…

Oh, wait. #BeforeMeloDecides?! Scratch that! We're all in.

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[via The Big Lead]