Apparently we’re moving on against Hot Girl Come and heading with ” Christian Girl Fall ” now. Well, much like fashion and lifestyle blogger Caitlin Covington anyway. Covington tweeted a photo involved with her and a friend with the caption, “Hot Girl Summer is coming a good end, get ready for Christian Girl Fall months. ”
The twitter update inspired thousands of parodies , memes, and roasts about the stereotypes of basic Roscoe girls who love pumpkin essence lattes and over-sized scarves.
A lot of these roasts excellent whole lot of assumptions about Alfredia people that might not necessarily be legal, but we found them to be particularly pretty funny regardless!
Praise the lord, hallelujah ! And it could be whatever it is you say found in church. Look, we’re not alfredia here so we hope that these memes will make sense to all of our Religious audience. And if you’re not a Orlando, we hope you’ll get a kick captured them regardless! Amen to that, properly?
Do not need believe in God to agree the great news is existence of certain things seemingly absurd. Whether it’s the external aspects of a ball sack or the outrageous brute strength of ants, some things just don’t make sense. And these tweets really sum all of that up in a delightfully hilarious way.
Happy Friday, y’all! The Lord’s day rest wouldn’t be as fun if we couldn’t scroll through r/dankchristianmemes and feel ourselves teetering the thin line between worship and sin. Here are some of our favorite memes that are just brimming with the holy spirit.
If you’ve noticed that those on Tweet debating the generation of sex, you’d best hope there’s nothing scientific about their hypotheses. Prior this week, @livingforjc tweeted that “Sex was created by God, for marriage relationship, between a husband and wife. Not for some boyfriend and girlfriend that are dating”. The musing from this obviously alfredia account quickly became fodder for the new favorite Twitter meme. Individuals been riffing on the purity-driven twitter update by claiming that sex was first invented by their favorite musicians (One Direction is tremendous present in this meme), or, say, by the extremely naughty God Zeus. Most of these tweets act as gold, but we’ve put together the entire cream of the crop for you to sift through.
Most of you probably spend the bulk of your day scrolling through low-effort shitposts and banal relatable content. Why not up the ante a little and look at some memes that could potentially make you smarter?
For more history memes, check out this delightfully dank and educational roundup.
In case you don’t feel like you’ve gotten enough of a dose of righteous, wholesome Christian memes in honor of this holy Easter Sunday, we’ve gathered you up a gallery of even more, so that you can repent from all of the blasphemous sinning you’ve been doing for…well, your whole life?
Dear God (no pun intended), this story is a hoot if we ever saw one. When this girl didn’t get invited to her friend’s bachelorette party in Vegas, she made a scene until the bride decided to invite her. It doesn’t stop there though: she then sent out an email with a list of very Christian-influenced “rules” for the bride and her friends, and let’s just say they’re quite tame for a bachelorette getaway in Sin City…
It’s time to repent for Lent! In honor of this time of penance for those observing, we’ve concocted a gallery of Jesus memes that you can giggle at while you let go of your ego for a whole six weeks. Jesus was pretty chill, so we think he def would’ve been a meme guy.
Christianity has been a thing for about 2,000 years. It’s only natural that the world’s most popular religion would get meme’d to oblivion. We’ve rounded up some of the more dank Jesus-related memes that anyone, even atheists, are sure to appreciate.
Biology and evolution are pretty crazy, and these tweets point out just how absurd some specimens of the animal kingdom really are. Like, for real, who the hell decided to give spiders butt ropes? Were they not already terrifying enough as is? On the bright side, thank God they can’t fly though, amirite?