If you're keen on wasting time, let us introduce you to the Facebook page Crossovers Nobody Asked For. The premise of this shitposting group is simple: people share memes and photos featuring themes and items that really didn't need to be combined. Many of these combine 2 memes in one, making the memes extra meta. If you like what you see, and are partial to anime memes, definitely give the group a follow.
Yet another roundup of the best memes we've seen this day. We know you're a busy person with a lot on your mind so we did the work for you and put them all in one convenient place, all for your viewing pleasure.
Enjoy this batch and check out the previous list if you'd like a taste of yesterday's memes.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is a classic for many reasons, and these Gifs encapsulates some of the best moments. And if you're in need of another dose, these hilarious Seinfeld Gifs bring back even more 90's nostalgia! Or if you're looking to set a different tone completely, check out some animated gifs that will have you giggling the day away.
It's easy to forget that insane people like David Blaine exist sometimes. Then, he uploads a video of him doing insane stuff, freaking out celebrities and you remember that the world has some straight up nonsense going down.
Blaine released a 2013 video of him performing the same trick for Will Smith's entire family, the Breaking Bad team of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul and, in an unexpected pairing, the duo of Kanye West and Woody Harrelson.
It turns into a bonkers stunt, made all the better by the various reactions, none more charming than good ol' Aaron Paul.
Woody had the best line of the video, though. He lost his erection entirely.
As if the most recent news of a Married... With Children and a Xena: Warrior Princess reboot weren't enough, the unstoppable resurrection of the 1990s continues with Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
Apparently, even Will Smith is on board for this monument to aged nostalgia.
TV Line says they have the exclusive story.
According to multiple sources, Smith's production shingle, Overbrook Entertainment, is in the very early stages of developing a present-day family comedy that puts a new spin on the fish-out-of-water tale while maintaining the spirit of Fresh Prince. (An official longline is still being hammered out.) I'm told a pitch is being finalized now and Overbrook will begin shopping it around in the coming weeks. Smith would serve as an EP alongside his Overbrook producing partners James Lassiter, Caleeb Pinkett and Jada Pinkett-Smith.
Will Smith has hit a bit of a rough patch in his career as of late. Besides Men in Black III, he hasn't had a movie critics enjoyed in at least eight years.
One things for sure, between this, Coach, Full House, Twin Peaks and next January's The X Files, the 1990s are sticking around.
James Avery, best known for his role as the no-nonsense Uncle Phil on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, has died. In response to Avery's passing, former co-star Alfanso Ribeiro tweeted, "I'm deeply saddened to say that James Avery has passed away. He was a second father to me. I will miss him greatly."
CBS News reports that, according to his publicist, Avery passed away Tuesday due to complications with open heart surgery. He was 68 years old.
Some lucky party goers at Gabrielle Union's 40th birthday party in Miami Saturday night witnessed a rare performance from the Fresh Prince himself, Will Smith. The A-list action star grabbed the mic while Doug E. Fresh provided the human beatbox, and spit some lines -- including an out-of-character n-bomb -- before doing a brief medley of "Summertime" and the Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme.
The captives at Guantanamo Bay may be stuck there indefinitely, but the librarian has their back.
From today's Miami Herald:
Harry Potter books are passé among the prisoners. The adventures of the boy wizard have been supplanted by early episodes of Will Smith's 1990s TV comedy, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, as a popular way to pass time among the 168 captives now in their second decade of U.S. detention.
"I just ordered all six seasons," says librarian Milton, a Defense Department contractor who gives only his first name to visiting journalists."
Most prisoners can watch the show communally "pretty much around the clock. ... A maximum security captive, who represents about 15 percent of the population, can watch the show alone for perhaps an hour or two a day."