Our Facebook users have done it again! We asked them to caption a photo, and they didn't let us down!
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How to create the Cat trend taking over Instagram:
Step 1: Brush your cat
Step 2: Form the hair you brushed into a toupee
Step 3: Place toupee on the cat
Step 4: Take a picture and call it a day!
Check out some run-of-the-mill Donald Trump Memes to get in the right mood before styling cat's hairdo
People on Tinder can take themselves too seriously. That's why it's so refreshing, and hilarious, to see Jared Allen, an Aussie guy with a beard and a whole lot of free time, taking the piss out of women's pictures on Tinder. And these pictures are fantastic. For scientific purposes, obviously. But judging whether you want to date someone by a photo and a bio is a little weird. If you think that the world of dating has become messed up in the recent years, we agree with you. That's why it's so good to see someone making fun of it.
In something that is both dated, awkward, and just unintentionally hilarious, this Apple-produced video, "Blue Busters," takes shots at IBM using Ray Parker Jr's "Ghostbusters" as its reference point. Even better are the cameos by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, which puts them in the unique position of being innovators of dis videos.
See 8-year-old Jalen, from the Philippine Basketball Association of Chicago, pull some slick moves on another kid to put him on his tail. Jalen could go on to four more minutes of Internet greatness, while the other kid is probably lucky that his face is obscured.
Teen rap sensation (using "sensation" rather loosely), Krispy Kreme, made this very DIY video for his track, "The Baddest." With production that rivals Mannie Fresh, the song features quotable lines like "I got more money than Jay-Z, because Jay-Z is lazy." With rap punchlines like that, Krispy Kreme is surely serving up some hurts doughnuts.
The real genius behind the annual White House Correspondents Dinner is the fact that it has been President Obama's chance at doing a somewhat well-written, if not slightly rough, open mic stand up routine. Like in past years, Obama doesn't really pull any punches and makes a nice reference to Hilary Clinton's celebrity meme status.