On April 4th, 2021, people around the world took to Twitter to remember Heath Ledger on what would have been his 42nd birthday. Here are some memorable tweets that share beautiful photos of the iconic man, actor and father.
Life just loves to throw curveballs our way. If it seems like things are kicking along smoothly, you probably get that uncomfortable ache in the pit of your stomach that everything's about to get shaken up in one way or another. It just seems to be the natural course of life. We can always count on it being consistently inconsistent. These people's real life plot twists certainly contribute toward that outlook.
Is there a word for "observation that seems poignant in the moment and then sort of gets instantly muddled into the background noise of your head, only to pop up at the most inappropriate moment?" If not, that's kind of what tweets are. That's not a bad thing, they're fun. Balls of wit make up some of the great funny tweets and tumblr gems to quote later.
Wherever there are people minding their own business, trying to go about their stressful day, there's always a Karen lurking somewhere nearby, ready to make everyone's lives just a little bit harder. The retail world and service industry are no strangers to the obnoxious Karen who seemingly exists to abuse shift workers, and it seems like the plague has produced a new breed of Super Karens who complain to managers about anything and everything all while refusing to wear a face mask in the midst of a global pandemic.
For the essential workers out there who have had to continue dealing with crazy ass Karens, these memes and posts are for you. Thanks to the internet, the evil-doings of Karens are now very well-documented, and so we can roast Karen from the safety of our own homes.
When it comes to animals, no one has more love to spread than twitter users. Every day, every week, practically every minute, people tweet something new about animals, showing their love for the little creatures in many, many different ways. Everything from cats to alpacas and from funny animals to the most wholesome doggo meets baby pictures you've ever seen.
So, every single week, since we know you love animals just as much if not more than any dedicated twitter user, we bring you the best, most viral animal tweets we can find. And we hope that all the positivity twitter has about animals spreads to you as well.
We love a real edgy, spicy shitpost as much as the next memelord, but sometimes the normie in us craves something a little more basic. Like memes about shopping when you're broke, or getting chastised for ordering oat milk, or being into the smell of fresh cut grass. It's totally okay to do both. Be a basic normie with a handful of mainstream interests and an unhinged doomer edgelord who trolls Reddit at 4am. We support you either way.
Judging by our timelines, it's definitely that time of the year again. You know, the time when Spotify bestows its users with the year's oft-embarassing listening statistics. And for some reason pretty much everyone feels the need to share these streaming habits with their Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook followers. We're kind of of the mind that, um, newsflash, your friends probably don't care about your top song of the year. But it's 2020 and we'll let people have their fun.
People are definitely having fun with this year's "Wrapped" on Twitter. The site is absolutely brimming with funny reaction memes and self-deprecating music-related humor. Though a lot of the jokes are self-owns regarding, say, listening to songs from Glee over and over again, there are some memes that employ a bit more wit - or make playful fun of Apple Music users. Both of which we're definitely here for.
We've put together our favorite reactions in this here gallery, but you can find more on Twitter. If you're curious about your own Spotify Wrapped, just follow this link. And make sure you're in a safe and judgement-free zone. These things are sensitive.
There is SO much funny and entertaining content all over the internet which makes it difficult to parse it all down into a cohesive, themed gallery. So how about we don't do that. How about we just throw a bunch of dank memes, funny tweets, and bizarre pics into a big, unwieldy pile. This would be more true to the internet experience, after all. There's one big difference though—we always weed out the bad content.
Anyone can tell you that The Cheesecake Factory is a building full of paradoxes. It's like it's telling you with all its heart that it wants to be fancy with all the lighting and the columns, and then you sit down and drink out of a plastic cup. Cheesecake is great, but the place itself really makes you think "how does this place still exist?" Maybe it fits the bill of "a place people can agree to go to." @MaxKreigerVG got extremely deep about America's gaudiest Cheesecake vendor.
Everyone's got 20/20 hindsight, but many are blind when it comes to predicting outcomes and sharing takes that stand the test of time. It's not always fun to look into the past, especially when you're the one with the embarrassingly wrong analysis immortalized forever on subs like r/agedlikemilk. For us passive observers on the other hand, this stuff is mad entertaining.
We love poorly drawn cats just as much as we love really detailed and incredible drawings of cats. The importance of a cat drawing doesn't lie in detail, it lies in its movement and expression. If you can look at a simple and 'poorly' drawn cat and see a cat, then you have succeeded.
The artist behind these simplicity amazing drawings is Heloísa Nora, from Brazil, who really enjoys drawing cats. In fact, Helosia loves drawing cats so much, that a book by the artist titled "Reasons Why My Cat Is Mad" is finally available for purchase!
Heloisa first joined Twitter with the 'Poorly Drawn Cats' account back in 2016 and has since gained a following of 407k! The poorly drawn cats are so popular, many Twitter users ask Heloisa to draw their beloved furbaby for $20. And some users love the drawings so much they get it as a tattoo!