It's true: the good vs. bad comparitive format has been done a million times. But this one, featuring Swole Doge and goofy-looking Cheems somehow feels fresh, even though it's got a bit of a Virgin vs. Chad vibe going for it. The ironic Shiba Inu memes are being used to compare everything from international super powers in different time periods, to film directors such as Martin Scorcese and Quentin Tarantino. While serving up a hot take can be seen as low-effort meme creation, we think that these examples have a lot going for them. After all, almost any meme is better once you add Doge to the equation.
What's not to love about the adorable baby-faced Brit Tom Holland? It might even be safe to say that he's our favorite incarnation of Spider-Man.
As is such, We've compiled an entire gallery of memes and moments where Tom Holland straight-up made us fall in love with him. It's a lot of times, so brace yourself.
Quarantine is a pain in many ways. But it's also great time to binge-watch and indulge marathons of your favorite movies. As it feels like it's been an eternity since there were any Marvel releases (we hope we can still look forward to Black Widow) we've been having enjoying previous movies on Disney+. And that's made us crave some quality Marvel memes. So we put this gigantic gallery together to satisfy our urges and to help lessen your withdrawal. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Let's face it: at some point, you're going to want to be looking at memes. Whether you're trying to celebrate your freedom on a Friday evening, or if you're just in need of a wee bit of a dopamine boost from some humor, these memes are here for you. And if these funny tidbits are not enough, you can check out previous galleries here and here. We got you covered.
Who knew Green Goblin was so damn thicc? We certainly didn't before this meme, which gave us a big throwback to the 2002 version of Spider-Man starring Tobey Maguire and Willem Dafoe. Memers started noticing how thicc Willem Dafoe looked in this particular still from the film, and the rest is (meme) history).
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