The true Space Jesus strikes again.
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The 'Among Us' craze couldn't have come at a better time. Many of us are still cooped up in our homes, and we're pretty sure most of us stateside are coping with some major political fatigue. It's only natural that people want to escape with a little gameplay. 'Among Us' isn't just about distracting people from reality - it's a thrilling and strategic murder mystery game that stokes anxiety and suspicion in its players. The Pixel Kingdom has just put out a video that imagines playing the game with 99 impostors - a terrifying prospect that increases that anxiety tenfold. It's a wild and sus ride, but a very entertaining one.
If you're keen on wasting time, let us introduce you to the Facebook page Crossovers Nobody Asked For. The premise of this shitposting group is simple: people share memes and photos featuring themes and items that really didn't need to be combined. Many of these combine 2 memes in one, making the memes extra meta. If you like what you see, and are partial to anime memes, definitely give the group a follow.