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The drama of Lord of the Rings has always lent itself well to dank memery, and we’re happy to report that this format featuring the villainous Saruman is making a bit of a comeback on Reddit. The scene being used is from The Fellowship Of The Ring, a moment in which Saruman offers Gandalf a choice between joining him or dying. Gandalf refuses to help Saruman, who remarks “So you have chosen death.” The foreboding line is generally being used in much lighter contexts – think family quibbles and “things i don’t like” style memes. They’re pretty good, and we’re happy to see the format is alive and well.
We’re all familiar with the story of Mulan from the classic ’90s Disney movie, but what you probably didn’t know is the lesser-known tale of Captain Li Shang questioning his sexuality. Being the ’90s and all, people weren’t as comfortable talking about different sexual orientations as we are now, but the story is finally coming out of the closet! (sorry.)
All jokes aside, please enjoy this hilarious retold version of Mulan!
If you’re looking for dank memes that won’t rot your brain (or will rot it at a slower rate) you’ve come to the right place. These historically-themed memes have been freshly culled from the depths of reddit, and allow you to have a hot scrolling sesh that has the benefit of being “educational.” Enjoy!
If you didn’t pay much attention during history or hate reading dumb books, these memes might help you seem smarter. They won’t help you write an award-winning essay, but they might help you in random conversation or when you’re trying to impress someone who is only moderately intelligent.
English is a pretty tough language to learn, so even though these translations are hysterical, we salute anyone trying to learn!
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