Trump campaign loses terrible Trump-Pence logo - about time!
If you haven't heard about it yet, a girl named "Sharkeisha" has thrown the sucker punch heard around the web! Head over to Know Your Meme to see the original video and learn all the current details of this brutal assault.
WARNING: This story contains content that is not safe for work. Cheezburger does not condone any of the of the violent behavior committed in the mentioned video.
Have you met IKEA Monkey, the 7-month-old runaway primate dressed in a shearling coat that was found casually wandering around a Toronto IKEA store yesterday? According to the National Post, the monkey was spotted by staff members in the store's upper parking lot after escaping out of the cage and the car belong to its (now former) owners. This picture (shown left) was subsequently posted online by Bronwyn Page via Twitter, where the fashionable simian has already become a meme of sorts.
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BreakThru TV pays a visit to the annual HallowMEME party in Brooklyn, New York to interview a few attendees and Andrea Rosen (Forced Meme Productions), one of the organizers behind what is probably the world's biggest internet meme-themed Halloween costume party. Since its kickoff in 2009, HallowMEME has grown from a small shindig in the NYC social media scene into one of the bigger internet nerd parties with several hundreds of people in attendance this year.
Meanwhile in Brazil, model Nana Gouvêa has become the latest target of photoshop satire memery after photos of her posing next to fallen trees in the disaster-stricken streets of New York City (shown, top row) came off as rather distasteful to many Brazilians on Facebook and Tumblr. Click through for more photoshopped parodies over at Know Your Meme!
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday invited Adam Smith and Stacy Lambe, the D.C. jokesters behind the viral Texts From Hillary Clinton Tumblr, to the State Department, where she joined them for pics and presented them with her very own submission for the site. "We were lucky enough to meet with her... after her staff informed us she was quite smitten by the blog," Lambe said in an interview afterward.
TFHC imagines off-the-wall text conversations between Clinton and all manner of recipients, and is based on a photo-turned-meme taken by TIME photographer Diana Walker. "Most of the captions are ours but we were inspired by friends and tried to include submissions," Lambe said.
Unfortunately, Clinton didn't disclose the recipient of the original text.