You *know* these witty comebacks and zingers would be ALL over Twitter if it had been around.
A lot of classical art pieces are pretty bizarre, which is why we make so many memes out of them. This particular painting, entitled "The Village Politicians," was completed by John L. Krimmel in 1819 and features an angry man with an oddly painted face pointing at his hand.
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HBO's Chernobyl is probably the network's most popular offering since Game Of Thrones' controversial series finale. The bleak miniseries is an in depth look at the real-life nuclear disaster in modern-day Ukraine. The series is understandably dark, and memers have been taking the difficult themes and lightening them up with witty memes as well as incredibly dumb shitposts. Here are some of the best we've seen so far.
What do you, me and every other person on Earth have in common? I won't make you guess, because we all have a lot more in common than we think we do. No matter how different we might seem from each other, we're all part of the same species: homo sapiens. And that means that we all have ancestors in common. We know what Neanderthals look like, but it's a different story for their recently discovered cousin, the Denisovans. Some scientists have just made a pretty good guess about what the Denisovans looked like.
Chances are, you'll probably recognize at least some of these things from your childhood days of staying at your grandparents' house - we certainly did. Definitely brings back those fond memories of opening up the basement closet and finding some of the toys and games your parents used to play with. A lot of this stuff you probably even forgot existed, so get ready for a major nostalgia trip!
It's a tradition that the older generations have to hate on the younger generations for absolutely any reason they can think of. Doesn't matter what for, because it was just "better back in the day," in their logic.
Self-described "recovering academic" Jenny Bann pulled up some hilariously enlightening historical records of the behavioral problems exhibited by 18th century male students in Scotland.
Let's just say they're...less than wholesome and make Millennials look angelic in comparison.
Some memes don't fade away - they just get stronger. It's been 7 years since the 'Who Would Win' format first came on the meme scene. It was first used on 4chan, but has seemingly taken over Reddit since its inception. The meme is insanely versatile, which is probably why it's still popular today. To celebrate the 7th "memeversary" we've rounded up some of our all time favorite examples of the meme. Enjoy!
On New Year's Day, residents woke up to see that the famous "Hollywood" sign had fallen victim to a prank overnight.
But this wasn't the first time the Hollywood sign has fallen victim to a prank or been altered. Here's a quick list of the changes the sign has seen since its creation.