66 Starterpacks packed into one list.
And here is another 44 Starterpacks because 44 + 66 = 110 and good internet always gives 110%
Some things get better with age. This may not be true for memes, but we think these silly stereotype memes are still pretty entertaining. Sometimes meme-ing is the only way to take control of the crap that people assume about you and yours. We've gathered our favorites here, but you can find more (and more offensive) exampleshere.
We're not ones to play into stereotypes, but they're pretty hard to avoid. Especially on sites like Twitter. Even well-meaning observational tweets can come off as obnoxious political and gendered takes. Comedian Lane Moore started this meme with a tweet about how women put a ton of work into their appearance, while men are more likely to take the three-in-one body wash route. The tweet quickly took off, inspiring other funny Twitter folk to make their own versions. As you'll see below, the joke has kinda spiraled out of control.
Australia is a strange place to us Americans and we have to admit that we don't fully understand your accents, your slang or your food obsessions (Vegemite, anyone?). And so it goes, only the true Aussies will fully understand all of these memes.
In case you have no idea what the hell all of these slang words and references mean, click here.
Calling all future dads! Not planning to have kids ever? That's okay, you can still embody the spirit of a dad without ever having the offspring. These memes will get you started on your dad journey!
(By the way, we love Middle Class Fancy and we think you should check them out!)
We know that stereotypes generally carry a negative connotation but we absolutely love memes and tweets that play with generalizations. These very specific memes poke fun at the habits of Midwesterners- we're sorry in advance if any of this offends anyone who hails from this region!