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'Missing Piece' Memes Reveal What's Lacking In Peoples' Lives

Ever think there's something missing from your life? A dark void that needs to be filled? Some people need a bucket of chicken wings and others need 500 million dollars. Sometimes all a person needs is just one piece to feel complete. In 2018, meme-maker Alexis Burelo revealed that God was missing from his life in an image depicting a puzzle-person holding their one missing piece. Since then, people have reposted way less intense variations of the meme across the internet. We've collected some of the funniest examples of this format, and if this list is any indication, seems like a lot of people online need girlfriends.

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The Best Memes of 2020 But They're All Just Twitter Screenshots

These are the best tweets (which totally count as memes) of 2020 based on the infinite wisdom of Google and combined with our advanced algorithm of having a person look at it first. We're pretty confident that it's a foolproof method but maybe you should have a peek yourself, just to be sure.

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Guy Destroys Homophobic Haters With Brilliant Rant on Bible Hypocrisy

Ever since the tragic events in Orlando, the internet has rallied to show their support for victims of the nightclub shooting and LGBT community of Orlando. Unfortunately, there are still homophobic bigots out there trolling their best to justify the slaughter of 49 people. So, on Monday, Darrius Anderson decided to shut up those bible thumping haters with an incredible rant on just how hypocritical peoples' interpretation of the bible can be.

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Study of The Day: Americans Are Increasingly Becoming Non-Religious
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What if God was one of us?

Well, he probably wouldn't believe in himself if he was under the age of 30.

According Pew Research Center's 2014 Religious Landscape Study, only half of adults under the age of 30 say they believe in God and overall belief in God is dropping rapidly.

A large majority of Americans still believe in God (89 percent), but there is evidence that absolute certainty of God's existence is falling. It has fallen to 63 percent, down 8 points from 2007.

While there is a trend toward unaffiliation with God and religion, belief in God for certain groups has remained constant.

Evangelical Protestants, members of the historically black Protestant tradition and Muslims all still have high rates of absolute belief in God.

Our world still has hope of not turning into a Godless wasteland where horned creatures and demons roam the streets!

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New Jersey Pastor Eric Dammann is using his fist to force God's will upon his people.

In a sermon that reportedly dates back to July but has recently gone viral, Damann says he met a kid named Ben in Calgary who was a "smart aleck."

He wasn't taking the Lord seriously, so he did what any peaceful man of God would do and knocked him to the ground.

"So I walked over to him and went, Bam! Punched him in the chest as hard as I could," he said. "I crumpled the kid. I just crumpled him."

He later apologized saying the clip was out of context.

"I do not endorse child abuse or the punching of children," he told The NY Daily News. "My intention in the sermon was to make a point of how God can use our mistakes. The viral clip does not show the whole sermon, where I say what I did was wrong."

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God on Facebook, that is. The comedian behind God's very own Facebook page dropped for ad space in Topeka, KS, home of none other than the Westboro Baptist Church, everyone's favorite virulent homophobes. It may not win any converts or change anybody's opinions at the end of the day, but it's just so damned fun to mess with the WBC, and that makes it all worth it.