It’s a very good well-known fact that ignorance is bliss. These tidbits from an especially feel unwell AskReddit thread are definitely proof of this theory. One masochistic user asked the community to share all the glorious factoids they wish they hadn’t learned, and honestly – we feel the same way.
Ay, of all the things you could and should fraudulent your own death for, LulaRoe shirts is and not the one of them .
If you’re not familiar with the pyramid system that is LulaRoe, then first of all, most likely a lucky bastard. But in more or less all seriousness, we’ve got you covered concerning copious examples of total LulaRoe fails .
In this wild ride of a storyline, a woman named Jennifer was apparently really desperate for a free LulaRoe dress called an “Amelia. ” So desperate, in fact , when she felt it appropriate throughout fake her own death in a 脸书 group and get caught up in a in every state web of lies. Yeah, were confused about it too…
Warning: Do not proceed to these excruciatingly sad and sappy posts if struggling with the effects of PMS. Most of these tearjerker images are comics about losing someone special, usually a dog. For some reason the concept of losing an animal is really all it takes to bring on our high-pressure waterworks. So make sure you’re sitting down and somewhere safe when you scroll through these bittersweet and depressing memes.
The process of scattering a loved ones ashes is generally pretty sacred and emotional. Today, we’ve learned that’s not always the case. A desperate (and desperately amused) individual took to Facebook to beg for advice on how to dispose of her father’s ashes after her mother informed her that his remains had completely solidified into a brick of human ash. After OP’s mother had to take a CHISEL to said brick, they decided to avoid their unusual plight by asking the internet for advice. The commenters delivered something, but a whole lot more comedy than wisdom. And we’re honestly more than okay with that.
For more hilarious ash-scattering situations, check out this piece.
We’re incredibly heartbroken to announce that Grumpy Cat, the internet’s favorite celebrity cat, has passed away at the age of seven. Her family tweeted the tear-jerking news this morning, which has prompted countless memes and reactions from people paying their respects.
We’ve brought you some of our favorite Grumpy Cat moments in honor of our forever-favorite internet sensation. Rest in peace.
We’re still absolutely shook over the events of Game of Thrones season 8 episode 5 – as we recounted in our reactions post. Now that we’ve accepted that our favorite characters are either dead or dead to us, all we have left are memes. And these memes really do sum up our feelings about this fiery garbage can of an episode.
It’s Monday, so most of us are probably feeling some kind of malaise or dissatisfaction. These pics and memes have been carefully curated to make you feel like someone’s been cutting onions – and to remind you that life ain’t always a huge bummer.
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The life-saving possibilities of modern medicine are incredible to be sure – and so are the emotions that come with the miracles. These tweets detailing medical sagas are sad, happy, and sappy, all rolled into one.
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Luke Perry, who most famously brought a brooding sense of hunkiness to the role of Dylan McKay on 90210has passed away at the age of 52. Perry had been hospitalized after suffering a stroke last Wednesday. He never recovered. The sudden death has been an immense shock to Hollywood and fans alike, many people pouring their grief and disbelief into touching Twitter tributes.
The star had recently declined to take part in the latest 90210 reboot, to focus on his work on Riverdale, in which he plays Archie’s father. Costars from the past and present
Comic artist Seebangnow drew up this wholesome tear-jerking meme about a little dog being admitted to heaven. However, with the internet being the internet, the heartwarming meme quickly turned into a snide exploitable review of both hated and beloved moments in pop culture. Not gonna lie, some of these might be a little triggering to ya.
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We don’t usually expect to get all teary-eyed from a Tumblr writing prompt, but we definitely appreciate surprises. This particular prompt imagines a situation in which Death decides to offer a game in exchange for our protagonist’s life. Dungeons and Dragons, a game that can be endless, is quickly chosen. We follow their years-long journey and by the end the sappiness is supreme.
The r/me_irl subreddit is probably the sh*tposting mecca of Reddit, and things have gotten a little weirder since Christmas. On Boxing day, user beefy_cabbage shared an iCarly meme that seemed to predict the death of Queen Elizabeth. The post went viral, spawning more jokes about the unsubstantiated prediction. Most of them are fairly stupid, but we have to admit that we’re very interested in what will happen on me_irl on January 6th. Stay tuned, folks.