Some people on this planet are very incredibly ridiculous that it makes this jaw drop to the floor. And unfortunately it often almost seems in its entirety impossible to try to instill any wisdom onto these people – like this darling in particular, who obviously isn’t signing up for change her mind on vaccines any time soon. The only thing we can do may be offer her thoughts and hopes, or… something.
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…
Well apparently Millennials are now murdering the… shuffles cards … procreation industry! According to an upset mom on Facebook, anyway, the people that posted about how much she detests entitled Millennials who dare to check Disney World without kids! The fear.
New York Post when necessary followed suit when they published a write-up titled, “Sorry, Childless Millennials Participating in Disney World is Weird. ” Was the article posted mainly rile themsleves a bunch of pissed-off Millennials ? Probably, but effectively it clearly worked!
We have to admit that this is certainly kind of a mean troll , as finding a below average deceased animal would probably be in fact traumatic for most people. But we do have to give props to “Fillip” who may have really got this trolling benefit down pat. Seriously, someone attend find Fillip and have him instruct us his ways!
Being a woman can be pretty rough. People can mock PMS and teary outbursts, but these hormones are NO joke. In this very enlightening Facebook thread, a bevy of women share their most insanely irrational pre-menstrual moments. We doubt you’ll take this sh*t lightly after some of these wild anecdotes.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, we’re willing to wager that you’ve heard about the insane Facebook event rallying people to storm Area 51.The seemingly jokey call-to-action has reached a whopping 438k “Going” RSVPs, and even more “Interested.” Whether you’re an alien conspiracy theorist or an internet troll, this content is pretty much irresistible, and the memes are spreading like wildfire. Here are some of our favorites.
Many of us Americans grew up hearing stories and legends about Area 51, a United States Air Force facility in Nevada that’s long been rumored to be the home of extraterrestrial research conducted by the government.
Some people on Facebook apparently decided that it was time to find out what exactly they’re doing in there once and for all. Aptly named “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All Of Us” the Facebook group has dedicated the hours of 3am through 6am on Friday, September 20th during which attendees will break into the facility to “see them aliens.”
How will they dodge security, you ask? By Naruto-running faster than any incoming bullets. Easy.
No one is totally sure whether the people involved in this are serious about doing this, but regardless, memers have been taking the opportunity to roast the crap out of the situation.
Look, out of good conscience we can’t really recommend that you attend this, but we also can’t stop you so what the hell. Honestly, there are way too many memes for us to share them all with you, so enjoy the following and check out the official event Facebook for tons more!
The war between Millennials and Baby Boomers has never been more pronounced! Twitter user @manhattanna tweeted earlier this week about a Facebook group in which Millennials communicate solely in Baby-Boomer lingo and let us just say, we’re HERE. FOR. IT. The group hits way too close to home for literally anyone who’s friends with a Baby Boomer on Facebook.
So without further ado, please enjoy a plethora of Minions, death announcements, and wildly inappropriately placed emojis!
Shaggy Rogers of Scooby Doo fame became somewhat of a dank meme god earlier this year. Reddit and Instagram were overflowing with memes depicting the slacker sleuth as a super-powered deity who is not to be messed with. The “Are You Challenging Me” memes that have been popping up on Twitter, Reddit, and Facebook are definitely related to the Shaggy’s Power meme – they just leave more to mystery. Memers have been using the format to make meta memes (Kyle/Drywall) as well as to make fun of people who are always ready for a fight. We’ve put together the cream of the crop but you can peep more over at Know Your Meme.
It can be difficult to wrap your mind around how dumb some people are. It’s these exact people you just can’t unfriend on Facebook because of the hilarity that ensues from watching their trainwreck lives unfold right before your very eyes. This dude named Rob took it upon himself to troll absolutely every single one of his Facebook-friend Brendan’s statuses, and we salute him for that.
We’ve all heard of Rule 34 – the idea that “if something exists, there is porn of it.” It’s our opinion that there should be a similar rule for memes. We recently stumbled upon a Facebook community that revolves around creating memes for birders, people who love to bird watch. These ornithology enthusiasts are shockingly good at meme creation. Here’s the proof.
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.
Some people are so stupid that it’s painful. Like, just think about how we have to share a planet with these people – people who clearly did not pay attention in any of their classes past the fifth grade. Now think about how these people have the power of social media at their fingertips. At least in the past stupid people didn’t have a platform to share their asinine views with the entire world!
It can be really mind-boggling to think about all of the stupidity in the world, and L. Scott Briscoe, a criminal lawyer in West Virginia, has apparently seen it all. His Facebook page hands out hilarious free legal tips that you’d think would be common sense to most people. NOPE.
The U.S. is pretty well known for its bastardization of other cuisines. We gobble down crab rangoon, California rolls and rainbow bagels with sheer delight. The debate over whether or not pineapples belong on pizza exists solely because some demented genius decided to place the fruit on a classic Italian dish. We see the backlash all over social media. so it should come as no surprise that there’s an entire Twitter account dedicated to the infuriated Italians eager to reject these crimes against their cuisine.
Italians Mad At Food is basically an aggregator of enraged Italian commenters bemoaning the culinary abilities of anyone who, well, isn’t Italian. The comments are hilarious, lofty, and oftentimes hard to decipher – which arguably makes them even funnier. While we do believe an apology is in order for Olive Garden and Chef Boyardee, the existence of this Twitter account and its heated comments has left us grateful for our criminal takes on Italian cuisine.
Everyone on social media knows that one annoying anti-vaxxer or proponent of “alternative medicine,” and it sucks even more when that person is related to you. This Imgur user has an unfortunately dumb cousin who typed up a very misguided comment on Facebook. Luckily, a logical soul was there to provide some rationality!
The cluck was certainly ticking for these people trying to buy this water cooler! Moving aside from the cheep chicken puns, sometimes you really hit the jackpot with amusing ads on the internet. This guy offered a pretty darn good deal on his old water cooler, and people took him up on it!
Honestly, how do scammers think we’re going to fall for this sh*t? Like, at least make your messages and stories be a little more believable! This Danish guy took it upon himself to troll this hilarious scammer, supposedly named “Sandra Jones” with lyrics to “Hello” by Adele.
Apparently she isn’t a fan.