In 1972, a meme-commando unit was sent to a spam-folder by a military censor for an offense they didn't commit.
These funny memes promptly escaped from a maximum-security hard-drive to a Tor browser or some kind incognito image sharing board app. Today, still wanted by meme governments, they survive as memes of fortune.
If you have a meme problem... if no mods, or anyone else, can help... and if you can even find them... maybe you can peek at... The A-Memes.
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Ahh yes, that time of week we call Monday (shudder) has arrived! So ward off those early morning, cranky feelings with some memes.
Usually embarrassing unmuted moments like this come from when someone is badmouthing the CEO, but this person was just being weird while eating food. Hopefully things end up okay. Sometimes we get ourselves into some embarrassing ad stupid situations, like this guy who thought a date was a job interview.
Work in any field long enough and you'll see your fair share of wonderfully unprofessional "not my job" moments. There's slides that go right off buildings, misspelled signs and extremely lazy line painting, just to name a few. It makes you feel good about yourself to see people's majestically incompetent "not my job" moments.
Maybe the task is too difficult, or maybe you're just too difficult. "Not my job" moments encapsulate how the laziest among us deal with problems. These "solutions" may be majestically incompetent and ridiculously unprofessional "not my job" reactions to a hard task, but we can't say we haven't done similar things at some time in our lives.
In the thick of the coronavirus pandemic here in the United States, several states have implemented what's known as a "shelter in place," where all nonessential businesses must shut down and people must stay in their homes except for tasks like going out to get groceries or medications.
While this all royally sucks, we're enjoying the memes that have popped up that make fun of the government telling people to work from home in light of all the lockdowns.
If you're anything like us, you may be finding yourself extremely bored this weekend. For some reason, even when we're trying to binge watch, the urge to stare at our phone is too great to resist. So while you find yourself trying to fill the void in your soul by multi-tasking, try scrolling through these tweets. They've got it all: wholesome Steve Irwin mentions, sad quarantine anecdotes, and "old people" lamenting the joys of aging in the modern world. And if you need more? We've got you covered.