It might be the simplest equation there is, but true=funny never ceases to be the baseline for all good memes. That's why all the memes from r/TechnicallyTheTruth are downright hilarious, because, well, they're technically true. No matter how ridiculous things get. Don't forget to check out last week's post for even more truthfully funny memes.
Homer Simpson once said something that would be the basis for a whole new generation of jokes (we're talking about memes of course): "It's funny cause it's true." This basic premise is what makes so many memes hilarious, especially the ones from r/technicallythetruth. These memes and jokes will have you laughing off your chair because, well, they're technically true. See our favorite highlights from last week too.
Dad jokes generally go hand in hand with pointing out that something is technically true, resulting in a cringeworthy but yes, technically true, joke. If this kind of humor makes you laugh instead of cringe, have a look at our latest memes from r/technicallythetruth and prepare for some seriously silly memes.
Ever see a meme or tweet that manages to spit truth in the most roundabout way possible? Well, r/technicallythetruth is filled with funny tidbits that do just that. From punny yet accurate memes, to humorously observant tweets, this gallery gives you ample and amusing opportunities to say "Well, they've got a point."
Some people just love to get into the technicalities. The little nitty gritties of grammar or facts. If you are one of those people, here's a steaming list of new memes just for you. Let your technical brain go wild with these technically true memes.
For some reason people get it in their heads that inheriting a business is the exact same thing as taking the huge risks and going the extra mile to start their own business. After getting enough "advice" from his "business owner" friend, this guy came down with some hard truths that internet was ready for. Here are some more cases of wealthy people being wildly out of touch.
Are you one of those people who love to point out that something is "technically correct"? Like you love those little technical details that everyone else brushes over? Well, good news. We have a fresh batch of memes from r/technicallythetruth so you can go and be all technical by yourself and get it out of your system. Preferably before you hang out with your friends and point out their mistakes.
While most people are decent, there's a persistent few who get a sick thrill out of lying on the internet. People will post false information, claim credit for things they didn't do, and make up fake stories, even if they can easily be proven false. That's why we get a thrill out of these people who get called out for their total BS.
Adam Ruins Everything has spilled the beans on one of the most infamous lawsuits of the last 30 years.
You’ve probably heard the story of the greedy old woman and her dastardly plan to burn herself and make out with millions. Heck, they made a Seinfeld episode out of it.
But that’s not the real story.
Adam Ruins Everything spent last night ruining justice in their latest episode, and in the midst of taking the criminal justice system to task, he gave a run down of the real story of that greedy old woman who burned herself for money.
What actually happened was a 79-year-old woman, sitting in the passenger seat of a parked car, accidentally spilled McDonald’s coffee on herself. While she admitted the accident was her fault, McDonald’s coffee was being served at 190 degrees — nearly boiling — and left her with third degree burns. McDonald’s said that their coffee was a hazard at that temperature, agreeing with the 700 people who had already complained during the previous decade.
Check out the full clip above and think twice cracking joke about a lawsuit like this.