The hashtag #TweetAGrumpyFaceForGrumpy started after news broke that the famous cat died at the age of 7. In those seven years, Grumpy Cat accomplished more than most people do in a lifetime. The cranky internet sensation captured our hearts, especially when we were feeling a little disgruntled with the world.
Grumpy cat who has 2.4 million followers on Instagram, inspired some of the most popular memes on social media after her permanent displeased expression was first shared on Reddit six years ago. Following the news of her death, many people took to social media to share some of the feline's funniest moments.
Extra, extra read all about it! Another celebrity drinks alcohol and has fun. There's your story TMZ eat your heart out. Taylor Swift went out to celebrate her 10 VMA nominations, and had a blast when her new song came on, dancing and lip-syncing and looking like a complete drunk mess, but its Tay Swift, so its just cute instead of obnoxious. And with that many award nominations, if she wasn't partying that hard, we'd suspect something is up.
But this has also launched a new trending meme of her various freeze frame moves caught on camera. So sit back, relax and enjoy some of the best creations of the night to remember, and stay tuned for the next Swifty moment that is bound to come after the VMAs.
A number of websites have done articles all about the celebration and memes that have already done about it, and you can find them here:
Not really though...the star from HBO's "Game of Thrones" had an opportunity to meet the adorably unhappy cat and decided to play along with his grouchy selfie companion.
UPDATE: We've learned this fantastically grumpy picture is a photoshopped fake. Either way, the resemblance is pretty uncanny. Well done, internets!
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?