Pennywise and The Babadook Sitting In a Tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. And It’s “Babawise,” I Don’t Care What Anyone Says
The Internet couldn't be happier.
The Babadook and Pennywise are currently Hollywood's newest "it" gay couple. (Get it?)Read More
The "Distracted Boyfriend" stock photo meme swept the Internet recently, resulting in endless iterations (and a triumphant girl-power ending to the memestory). One artist gave the meme a clever literary twist and it is currently my favorite thing.Read More
Conservative Blogger Turns Hurricane Harvey Picture Into Sexist Propaganda, Gets Shut Down by Entire Internet
Twitter was already having fun dragging Matt Walsh's sexist meme, and then an "actual gender studies professor" stepped in to set him straight on some things.Read More
Some memes are funny and some are cruel and some are both, leaving you curled up in a fetal position and laughing while you question your existence.Read More
Sarah Huckabee Sanders brought out some utterly Photoshoppable posters to explain the new #MAGAnomics plan.Read More
In response to allegations towards Donald Trump Jr.'s collusion, Kellyanne Conway went "full on Sesame Street" on Sean Hannity by bringing out flashcards as a visual aid.Read More
Even before the election, when we still thought things could be good, words mattered, and there were objective truths that could be agreed upon, Ivanka Trump was attracting attention—some of it creepier than the rest. Since its conclusion, she's been heralded as a "moderating influence" on Donald Trump and a champion for things that her father is decidedly bad for, despite how it's becoming increasingly clear that just isn't true.Read More
It's 2017, and what you do on the Internet has real-life ramifications. No one should internalize this message more than the group of students who gained admission to one of America's most elite institutions only to lose their place because of behavior on Facebook.Read More
I'm just as bewildered at this video as they seem to be.Read More
Pepe the Frog's creator is none too happy about white supremacists co-opting his art, and he let everyone know it in Fantagraphics' Free Comic Book Day offering.Read More
Whether it's because of her opinion on the Trump family's politics, or because having Ivanka in the neighborhood is reportedly pretty awful, this neighbor, drinking wine and enjoying the giant "Queer Dance Party for Climate Justice" outside of Trump's home, is the new Kermit sipping tea.Read More
The Internet's own seafaring baby.
Boaty McBoatface grew up so fast! It seems like only yesterday the small underwater robot was the product of Internet humor that hijacked a British boat-naming competition. Now it is the most famous and finely monikered submersible to ever exist. And today, Boaty has its maiden voyage in Antarctica.Read More
He knows where that thing has been.
Donald Trump has a habit of turning handshakes into power plays, and Justin Trudeau had the perfect reaction.Read More
Is using zero gravity a cheat or a challenge?
Astronauts on board the International Space Station took the Mannequin Challenge.Read More
Somebody at the IMAX YouTube channel is in hot water this week, because they uploaded the wrong version of the trailer for The Mummy, and the results are hilarious.Read More
Years later, Ryan Gosling is still totally baffled about that "Hey Girl" meme.Read More
Matt Furie has responded to all the meme variations on his original Pepe the Frog character with a nightmarish comic of his own for The Nib.Read More
What with the ongoing meme wars of 2016 (no, really), it's refreshing to see a new meme that hasn't yet been co-opted by corporations or used for evil... yet. I mean, it's only a matter of time before Arby's or whoever tweets about this, so you better catch the wave while you still can!Read More
The Anti-Defamation League has just added the "Pepe the Frog" meme into their database of hate symbols, because racists manage to ruin everything.Read More
[UPDATED] Oculus Rift’s Founder Funded a Group that Powers Pro-Trump Memes; VR Developers Boycott Oculus in Protest
Palmer Luckey, best known as the founder of the Oculus Rift, is very familiar with memes. He's a meme himself. And now he's using the magic of memes, and money, to support Donald Trump.Read More