There's no getting around it: the world is going through it. From protests around the USA to the coronavirus pandemic, things are looking and feeling bleak as hell. While these memes and posts won't solve any of the problems plaguing the globe, they do have the potential to improve your mood and remind you that there is still some good in the world. And that counts for something.
If you're feeling down in the dumps or you just need a quick reminder that life isn't out to get you, there's no better person to turn to than Bob Ross. The Boss of Wholesome may have passed years ago (RIP) but his life-affirming, smile-inducing quotes live forever.
If you want some more happy tree content, check out these Bob Ross memes we put together.
As another terrible Tuesday comes to an end, let us give thanks to the good stuff we take for granted. Good tunes. Having toilet paper. Being able to leave the house. Not having to buy exorbitantly priced hand sanitize. And memes. During times of trouble, it's easy to forget how integral memes are for our mental health. So here's a bunch of random posts that made us smile. Keep your chins up, buddies.
Alright, this is downright, straight up, all around impressive. And the final result was good enough that you could tell the trees were pretty happy. Tumblr users are a creative bunch, doing stuff like writing an alien invasion story where the aliens are fought off by wildlife or expounding on wacky historical facts. Seriously, following along with MS Paint is brilliant and highly commendable.
We've all seen our fair share of cursed images on the internet. The eerie and disconcerting photos are as irresistible to people as they are mysterious. While they're certainly entertaining, sometimes you want to look a pictures that are more on the "warm and fuzzy" side of the spectrum. Enter blessed images. Many of these photos are just as inexplicable as their cursed counterparts - they just don't make you feel uncomfortable. Instead, they put us at ease.