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"When do we want 'em?"
So have even more funny tweets to keep your mind off more urgent matters and have a chuckle or two along the way.
Strap yourself in for some clever thoughts using a limited number of characters. It's time to let your brain check out for a bit, and let the more primitive side dominate. But instead of rubbing sticks together or carrying off a potential mate to a cave, just check out these funny tweets that will definitely resonate with you.
These memes really hit us where it hurts! Right in the feels. Keep the sucker-punches coming with even more savage Spongebob memes If you had any to begin with. But you don't your an empty homonculus like the rest of us. So brush it off and keep on grinding.
Just like Patrick and Spongebob somehow became the epitome of insanity in their daily attempts to remain as bumbling and gormless as ever, we have an endless supply of hilarious Spongebob classics to supply you with. Or, if you want to walk down memory lane with some of Spongebob's finest moments, you definitely won't be disappointed, and might even remember something you forgot.
Tippi Hedren, perhaps most famous for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, is an actress of formidable gifts. But her role as an animal-rights activist and conservationist might well be Hedren's most lasting legacy. For decades, her Roar Foundation and the animal sanctuary, Shambala Preserve, in California have advocated for big (and not so big) cats—from lions and leopards to bobcats and servals—and she's been honored with a host of humanitarian and conservation awards through the decades.
In 1971, LIFE photographer Michael Rougier spent time with Hedren; her teenage daughter, Melanie Griffith, her then-husband, the agent and movie producer, Noel Marshall; and others at their home in California. Also in attendance: Neil, a 400-pound mature lion, who occasionally slept in the same bed as Griffith and, as these pictures attest, had the run of the house, from the kitchen to the living room to the swimming pool.
Decades and several attacks later -- one lion clawed daughter Melanie Griffith in the face during the production of the 1981 film Roar and required that Griffith undergo surgery -- Hedren admitted that having a lion live in her home alongside her children was "stupid beyond belief."
We wrote earlier about "things we don't like" memes, and this one is pretty related. For this particular format, memers generally google someone or something they love (very popular within the animemes community) and then the life expectancy. When it's revealed that their favorite character is near-death, we're met with a weeping face. The meme can be used in the opposite way, as is seen with one of the Lil Pump memes, to lament that someone will be living so long. The meme is pretty basic, but some people are having fun with it.