If you’ve ever spent time on social media, you’re probably aware of the existence of “Reply Guys.” The term refers to men who go out of their way to reply (unsolicited) to women’s tweets or slide into dms with comments that are generally very inappropriate and very horny. While we’re sure these messages are generally disturbing and annoying to recipients, we have to admit that the cringey ballsiness of the senders is incredibly entertaining. Twitter account @guyinthereply has set out to document these creepy messages, and their archive is filled with pure gold. We’ve put together some of the more tame examples but you can visit their twitter for the stuff that is decidedly NSFW.
Everyone’s favorite child molester, Roy Moore, has just announced a 2020 run for Senate in Alabama. The former judge is looking to redeem himself after a loss to Doug Jones (D), but as these Roy Moore memes show, he should probably be more worried about clearing up his reputation as a pedophile. For more memes that drag the Alabama politician, check out some more Roy Moore memes that will give you the creeps.
Kinkshaming is pretty frowned upon, but there are some people that take things so far that it’s unavoidable. Two days ago, a Twitter account by the name of @learningtosubm1 triggered the social media site with a disconcerting post about getting pregnant.
After a long year, my husband finally believes I am ready to carry his child in my womb. To feed them with my body. To give him my whole body for his descendants. Im ready to receive his seed, to become fully his. Cant wait to be impregnated <3 to he owned
The overtly submissive and arguably antiquated message quickly went viral, with Twitter favorites such as Brandy Jensen and @leon weighing in with savage burns and desperate disbelief. The shock and horror, and the righteous burns, are incredibly entertaining. While we’d like to believe that this disaster of a tweet is real, scrolling through the account and its wealth of stock photos, it seems like this person is heavily dedicated to the role of a submissive wife. It’s gross, but boy do we love to hate-read this sh*t.
Sappy relationship posts are some of the more nauseating things you come across on the web. These relentlessly sarcastic (and often fcked up) parody posts are the perfect way to wash your eyes of that corny crap. Who needs flowers and Instagram filters, lets get some real couples up in this b*ch. Those who are looking for more Hallmark cards to send to their significant other are in the wrong place.
Want to know everything and anything their is to know about couples’ intimacy? Then I suggest you read a book. But these sexual relationship memes will definitely get you on the right track. Or just check out even more dark and dirty relationship memes to get the low down on the rest.
If you’ve ever dealt with sleep paralysis then you’ll know that it can be a pretty damn terrifying experience! In case you’re unaware of what this phenomenon is, it occurs when your body becomes temporarily paralyzed either while you’re falling asleep or when you wake up. During this time, you’re unable to move while still being fully aware of what’s going on.
Many people hallucinate demonic-looking creatures for a short amount of time and will experience intense fear. Luckily, it’s an extremely common condition and rarely ever indicates any sort of psychiatric problem, so aside from being temporarily petrified, you don’t have to worry too much about it.
These people are meme-ing their own sleep paralysis demons to make them seem a little less scary, and a little more amusing!
Do you experience sleep paralysis? If so, what does your demon look like?
If you’re not watching Buzzfeed Unsolved then you need to get on that ASAP. The wildly popular YouTube show follows co-hosts Ryan Bergara, a firm believer in the paranormal, and the hilariously skeptical Shane Madej as they investigate true crime and the supernatural.
The show has inspired several well-known meme formats, including “Hey There Demons, It’s Me Ya Boy,” which you’ve likely seen floating around the internet by now.
Many have asserted that ‘Unsolved’ is what’s kept Buzzfeed afloat in recent years. We’re not going to comment on that, but either way go check this show out because it’s definitely one of the best things on YouTube right now!
Recording artist Moby is on the receiving end of some major Twitter heat following a very weird and creepy Instagram post regarding an alleged relationship with Natalie Portman. Moby had written of a relationship with the actress in his memoir, Then It Fell Apart. In the book, Moby describes a brief 1999 romance between himself (33) and the “20” year old Harvard student. On May 21st, two weeks after the memoir’s release, Portman denied the claims in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar. Her account is far more damning:
“I was surprised to hear that he characterised the very short time that I knew him as dating because my recollection is a much older man being creepy with me when I just had graduated high school.
He said I was 20; I definitely wasn’t. I was a teenager. I had just turned 18. There was no fact checking from him or his publisher – it almost feels deliberate. That he used this story to sell his book was very disturbing to me. It wasn’t the case. There are many factual errors and inventions. I would have liked him or his publisher to reach out to fact check.”
Yesterday, Moby opted topost a bizarre and public “call out” of Natalie following the interview. The text, accompanying a shirtless photo with the young actress, reads as very defensive.
“I recently read a gossip piece wherein Natalie Portman said that we’d never dated. This confused me, as we did, in fact, date. And after briefly dating in 1999 we remained friends for years. I like Natalie, and I respect her intelligence and activism. But, to be honest, I can’t figure out why she would actively misrepresent the truth about our(albeit brief)involvement. The story as laid out in my book Then It Fell Apart is accurate, with lots of corroborating photo evidence, etc.
Ps I completely respect Natalie’s possible regret in dating me(to be fair, I would probably regret dating me, too), but it doesn’t alter the actual facts of our brief romantic history”
Many people on Twitter and Instagram felt this was an inappropriate response, and began roasting the star for his creepiness “calling himself out.” Other Twitter users have opted to parody his post, sharing photos with celebrities (or photoshops with celebrities) with similar claims of romantic relationships. Leave it to Twitter to use humor to address a pretty appalling issue. Natalie Portman has yet to respond to Moby’s social media antics, but hopefully she’s enjoying the internet coming to her defense.
We’re pretty into weird facts and history memes, but these dark and unsettling facts take that interest to a slightly morbid zone. But if you’re anything like us, you’ll appreciate these bizarre and creepy tidbits.
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We’ve been doing an endless amount of ranting and roasting of the terrible design of Sonic the Hedgehog in the recently released trailer. Since the release, the internet has been ripping the trailer to shreds, prompting the movie’s director to announce a design change of our little hedgehog friend.
Honestly we’re still pretty skeptical that the redesign will be any good, and clearly the rest of the internet feels similarly – people have been redesigning Sonic with their own edits, and they’re pretty terrifying…
We know goth sh*t is pretty en vogue right now, what with everyone getting witchy and wearing harnesses and chokers. This fad has seeped into the meme world, so there’s no shortage of funny tidbits boasting dark humor and a whole lot of black clothing. These memes might help you get your fix of darkness without having to face the teenage hordes at Hot Topic.
Memers always manage to make the most insanely relatable starter packs that are scarily accurate to our lives. It’s almost like they’re inside our heads.
Scroll down for a fresh gallery of starter pack memes – there’s bound to be something in here that makes you go, “Wtf omg literally me AF.”
Former Vice President Joe Biden has recently come under fire for allegedly making multiple women uncomfortable in the past with inappropriate physical contact. Biden issued an apology video yesterday on Twitter (which you can watch below) where he referenced “changing social norms” as the reason for his alleged misconduct, vowing in the future to “respect personal space.” Physical contact, however. has always been his way of showing support to others, he stated.
Many on the internet are calling out Biden for giving a total non-apology and completely missing the point – and of course, creating Twitter memes out of it all. Scroll down to read what some people are saying about the issue!
What do you think? Did Biden go too far? Was his apology sufficient? Let us know in the comments!
Sh*t starts getting a little surreal when a single giant corporation owns tons of local news stations. In this particular instance, it’s Sinclair Broadcast Group, which clearly has their stations set to the same script.
This Big-Brothery video might just give you the chills.
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’re really loving these ridiculous cursed memes that sarcastically poke fun at one’s biggest fears. It all started with a Redditor posting a pic of “Skull Cow” – a creepy-looking cow with what appears to be a skull on its forehead. The meme has since branched out to include other types of ridiculous-looking cows and other generally absurd images that make up the stuff of nightmares.
We recently learned about This Person Does Not Exist – a website that uses AI to generate human faces that, well, don’t exist. Many of the faces appear impressively real. The same is not true for the cat version of the website, This Cat Does Not Exist. In fact, we’d say a huge majority of the cats that appear when the site is refreshed are actually completely terrifying. We see our furry friends contorted into strange, surreal, and cursed forms. Some of them are reminiscent of those hideous Medieval cat paintings. Other images look a bit more…abstract. We’ve rounded up some of our weirdest results, but please check out the actual site. It will provide you with hours of creepy entertainment.
Remember those creepy-a$$ Bratz dolls from your childhood? You know, the ones with the huge eyes, massive lips and weirdly voluptuous body shapes that might be considered inappropriate for young girls? These pics will jog your memory: makeup artists are doing the #BratzChallenge to transform themselves into the weird-looking now-collector’s item dolls.
If you’ve ever looked at a mundane object and then had to do a double take because you could’ve sworn you saw a face in that object staring right back at you, then you’ve experienced a psychological phenomenon called pareidolia.
The following pics offer some major pareidolia vibes to the point that you might start to wonder if someone staged them…