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Twitter users are bringing animal emoji to life by posing them in scenarios to create mini pictures and stories.
“We are not the same” memes play with the concept of competing for a crush’s attention.
“Bomboclaat,” an expletive in Jamaican slang, has taken a new meaning on Twitter as a way to say “caption this.”
These memes depicting a fictional conversation between a Therapist and their client comically emphasize people’s poor decision-making skills.
This nonsensical phrase, which derives from a Ghanian artist’s music video, has been used when sharing someone’s hot take on a subject on Twitter.
Popularized on Twitter and inspired by rapper Megan Thee Stallion’s new album, “Hot Girl Summer” memes showcase social media users living their best and often, most basic lives.
The internet wasted no time roasting Beto O’Rourke for answering questions in both Spanish and English during the first night of the Democratic Debates.
Twitter users are dragging Millennials and their lifestyle choices using the hashtag #MillennialAwardCategories.
Queen Bey’s reaction to having someone lean over her to talk to Jay-Z during a Warriors vs. Raptors game has been widely memed as a relatably uncomfortable experience.