Memes

Reddit user C0LDBLUERIBB0N posted this image Monday afternoon, and the internet was off and running.
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Business Baby (also known by the ironically less-than-safe-for-work "No Bullsh*t Business Baby) already has its own Know Your Meme page here.

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Look out! Here comes another meme, and this one's a doozy! Beerdrummer posted a picture of his wife as a child on Reddit and it went a little out of control. Nothing like an included caption like, "My wife looked like a 60-year-old woman as a child," to be the catalyst of something amazing (though looking at the photo, I'm not sure the obvious could have been stated any more clearly).

What an amazing story of one's rise to fame...it's too bad she'll only ever know about it if she finally convinces her son to come over and get her Prodigy account to work.

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'Tis the end of the year! We laughed, we loved, an then we inevitably hated this year's most popular memes. Memebase is here to take you back through the internets and remember this year in memes.

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Via: LA Times
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Grumpy Cat's internet fairy tale has entered yet another exciting chapter with the latest announcement of a Garfield-like family comedy film centered around the dour-faced cat. According to Deadline, the film will be produced by Todd Garner of Broken Road Productions, who has previously worked on dozens of films like XXX, The Sorcerer's Apparentice and Jack and Jill, and more importantly, Tardar Sauce will be given a speaking role, in similar vein to Hollywood's live action adaptations of Garfield. What are your thoughts? Will you go see the Grumpy Cat movie?

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Meet Ozzy, a Vancouver cat who took a crossbow shot to the neck last week -- and promptly became the Internet's newest meme.

(And not to worry: Several days and $1,000 worth of vet services later, he's all good.)

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