Man, the 2020 presidential race has barely kicked off and additionally we’re already seeing loads of meme-able material from it.
This time it’s Joe Biden, in which made a decent-sized mistake for the last night’s second democratic dialogue when he told supporters to “go to Joe30330 . ”
Naturally , what he most likely going to say was text messaging “Joe” to 30330 and even though we’re pretty sure most people noticed what he that will say, that hasn’t stopped the on-line world from roasting poor ol’ Person for not quite understanding how technology in addition to the social media work!
Us Millennials kind of got the short end of the stick in life. We inherited a ruined economy, most of us are in a crap-load of student debt, and then to round it all out our Baby Boomer parents like to blame us for being “lazy” and “entitled.” Not an entirely fair accusation coming from a generation that makes us work for free in exchange for “exposure.”
Anyway, enjoy these memes that might make you feel a little more understood as a member of Generation Y.
First we got the Snapchat gender change filter that had a lot of people feeling uncomfortably attracted to their opposite-gender selves, and then we got the baby filter that made us look like freaky children. Well apparently it’s Christmas, because FaceApp just released a new aging filter that makes you look like an old person. Below are some of the most hilarious results from it that we’ve seen so far!
If you’ve had a rough day, week, month, or year, these happy pictures and wholesome memes are sure to help you get back into the groove of not hating life. At the very least, they’ll remind you that good people do exist, and positive things do happen in this crazy, messed-up world.
Pretty much every person over the age of 50 loves to complain about how terrible the current generation is, from smart phones to our being “entitled” about everything (because God forbid we just want to eat, amirite?). So the next time an old person tries to pull that crap on you, just whip out this gallery of highly disturbing foods that the public actually used to consume throughout the 20th century, and we’re betting that it’ll shut down any and every argument they could possibly have about who the “best generation” is.
One of our favorite pastimes is admiring the cringe explosion that is old people using social media. Twitter user @dogwithablog_69 has made all of this a lot easier with this Twitter thread of the elderly and technologically ignorant completely abusing Facebook’s cheerful status backgrounds. The collection is impressive, a very worthwhile way of getting your Monday procrasturbation on.
It’s always unfortunate when someone passes away, especially when they were well-known in the community. This guy named Tim clearly had an, um…unique life and we’re pretty jealous of whoever was gifted the honor of writing his obituary. Tim, we didn’t even know ya but we still got a laugh out of your life story, so thanks for that. RIP.
We all have those family members or older acquaintances on Facebook who discovered memes a little later in life and just don’t quite…get them. You know, the ones who love minions and the second-amendment? We can’t be too mad at them for it though because meme-ing really is an art form that took most of us a bit of time to master. Regardless, here are 15 memes hilarious for their gargantuan amounts of cringe!
Generation Y gets a lot of sh*t constantly for supposedly being lazy, entitled and easily offended. Are these things actually true? The answer to that is of course subjective, but if you’re a Millennial then you’ll know that stereotypes about us tend to be a bit (or a lot) overplayed, and these tweets make light of that.
It can be a bit of a trip thinking about how you’ve changed as a person from your high school years to now. It’s probably safe to say that a lot of us went from partying every weekend as teenagers to passing out by 9pm on Saturday nights without the help of alcohol. It’s all just a part of the inevitable cycle of life!
These people are tweeting about the cringey ways they’ve grown (or back-pedaled) since their teen years, under the hashtag “High School Me Vs Adult Me.”
Sometimes it’s good to get away from all the negative news being broadcasted to the us on a daily basis – it can start to seem like there’s literally nothing good happening in the world. Let these memes serve as a reminder to you that there is good in the world!
Old people really are true gems on the internet with their adorably innocent presence on Facebook and other social media sites. We can’t really blame them for their ignorance – after all, they grew up in a completely different era long before the internet ever existed. But we certainly appreciate their technological illiteracy at times for its comedic effect!
If you’ve passed the age of 25, then you’ve almost certainly hit that inevitable quarter-life crisis where you start feeling like an old person. Suddenly you have to be in bed by 10 pm every night or else you’ll feel like utter sh*t every morning, and going out seems like the most mundane chore in the world. It’s rough, but unfortunately it’s just a part of life, so own it!
If you weren’t previously familiar with Pearls from Myrna, you’re about to be in for a real treat. Myrna Tellingheusen is a church-going retiree who tweets about her frenemy Fran, nephew Lyle and many, many other hilariously wholesome things you’d expect out of an old lady.
Is Myrna a real person outside of Twitter? No one knows for sure, but we really hope she is!
“Not a Cell Phone in Sight” memes seem to have not an end in sight. If you’re not familiar with these satirical bits of nostalgia, they make fun of those who say that times were better before smart phones existed. Click here if you want to see part I!