We all watched Scooby Doo as kids. Hell, only our parents watched it every time they were kids, which is pretty loco to think about! As is such, these memes should send you on a lil malinconia trip from your childhood. So without the need of further ado, we give you choice to grab a Scooby snack and get browsin’!
Can you believe the beloved Calvin furthermore Hobbes ‘s been around for 34 years already? Can easily, it’s pretty surreal given that a number of us grew up looking forward to the comics , created by Ordonnance Watterson, in the newspaper. We like it for its relatable wittiness , adorable charm since occasional bout of existential worry!
Are you even a true ’90s kid if The Simpsons theme song didn’t automatically start playing in your head as soon as you read the title? And can you believe the show has been around since 1989?? Kinda makes us feel a little old if we’re being honest…
Anyway, please enjoy some of our favorite moments from the show!
Our new favorite shitpost is a real blast from the past. A 1967 episode of Spider-Man is the latest meme fad to annoy redditors and Instagrammers alike. The still features Spider-Man’s enemies Rhino, Vulture, Electro and Green Goblin, and is generally used to describe dumb things one might do with “the boys” back in the day. Think typing 80,085 on a calculator. While some people might want to forget their more immature moments, we opt to revel in them. If you like what you see, check out our boys at Ebaum’s World. There’s more where this genius came from.
This CircleToonHD take on Avengers: Endgame is so good we’re left wondering why we bothered to spend 3 hours in a dank movie theater.
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Okay, so cartoon characters aren’t exactly known for their logical and rational behaviors, but it’s still pretty damn funny to examine how WTF some of the details of beloved TV shows can be. Take Spongebob for example – on second thought, there are way too many details to name and you should just scroll down to see.
We always love the memes that come out of TV shows, and this one, known as “What The Hell Is This?” from an episode of Family Guy is of no exception. The meme aims at mocking the things that people perceive as being inferior to the original, and we’re not gonna lie – some of them might trigger you a little.
There’s a bit of a meme rule that’s been floating around since as early as 2003. It’s called “Rule 23″ and it states that if it exists, there’s a porn of it. Well, we think there should be another rule regarding the “ruination” of classic cartoons. These creepy renditions of everyone’s favorite Monday-hating cat have been popping up largely thanks to horror artist Will Burke. His incredibly creepy drawings of Garfield stalking Jon went viral, and have since inspired similar pieces from many artists. We’ve rounded up a bunch of creepy examples for your viewing displeasure.
We know that roasts involve people literally asking for it, but also…why? Guess some people are just confident enough to not be legitimately and deeply hurt by it, and honestly we’re pretty envious of that. This round of Reddit roasts takes the form of insulting sketches (made by SketchyCrab) that highlight the victim’s worst features!
We love it when memers create dank memes out of our favorite beloved childhood characters. This particular one, also known as “A Fellow Man Of Culture,” features Winnie the Pooh in a tuxedo for all those times you’ve felt really great about yourself for something that was actually totally mundane.
Ralph Wiggum is the star of this trending dank meme that’s making us chuckle right now. If you’re not familiar with The Simpsons, then that’s pretty weird because it’s been on air since the late ’80s. In all seriousness though, Ralph is the resident dopey oddball student at Springfield elementary. You can check out some of his bizarre sayings here!
Spongebob is just one of those TV shows that will always be funny and meme-able as hell, no matter how old you get. We can’t help but love Squidward’s perpetual pessimism and Patrick’s consistent cluelessness. And you can’t forget about the subtle adult jokes thrown in there from time to time.
If you haven’t seen Bob’s Burgers yet, then what are you even doing with your life. Seriously though, there are very few cartoons out there that deploy wonderfully subtle adult jokes so well. From Tina’s weird obsession with butts to the infamous Burger of the Day, we’re here for this show.
It’s the weekend, so you know what that means – time to catch up on sleep and relax…you deserve it. We don’t know about you, but some weekends were just made for doing absolutely nothing, because sometimes you just don’t want to socialize, and that’s okay! Here are some memes to help you with the relaxation you desire!