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Damien Rudd's Instagram account, @sadtopographies, is our favorite example of darkness meeting reality. Rudd has scoured the globe for the most miserable and depressing locales he can find - and he found enough to write a book. You can purchase it on Amazon if you're a fan of what you see!
We love a good copypasta, and Twitter seriously delivered this week with this history-related meme. The text in question reads "Scientists at Harvard University have created this 3D Model depicting what ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra may have looked like," and Twitter users have been pairing it with funny 3D images and pics of celebrities. It's a great joke. So great that many people don't realize that it's tongue and cheek, and actually protest the images. We love gullible know-it-alls. They add so much extra humor to memes like this.
The East Coast has Punxsutawney Phil. Sand Mountain has "Sand Mountain Sam" - this opossum that supposedly predicts the weather. This year, after Sam predicted an early spring, a photo of the critter has gone viral on social media - inspiring a whole lot of memes.
Maybe millennials actually deserve the avocado toast prejudice that's been plaguing them. The Daily Dot and The Cut, among other publications, have been featuring this painfully twee proposal trend that seems to have started on Instagram. Shocker. The sites dug up avocado proposals from as long ago as last year - a sign that end of days is way, way overdue.
Trendiness aside, while we enjoy a good avocado every now and then, it doesn't really seem logical to serve up eternity with your partner in a (likely) browning and mushy fruit. Much of Twitter seems to agree.
Kung Fu Panda fans are probably familiar with Po's sick Wuxi Finger Hold move - used to create an epic explosion to defeat his enemy, the tiger Tai Lung. This devastating maneuver is now taking over Reddit's r/dankmemes subreddit, whether users actually like it or not. The meme is meant to illustrate epic burns, often using trivial and childish examples - think "time for you to get a watch." Here are a few for you to judge with your discerning eyes.