Dank memes are basically just stale memes that have started to decompose, but users with a refined palate are able to appreciate those nuances of humor.
This meme originally comes from an illustration created by Spanish cartoonist Joan Cornella. The rest of her work tends to lean toward less savory content, so the resulting memes seem to fit in just perfectly. Check out the rest of her work for yourself, and scroll down for some prime baby-yeeting content.
As a kid who grew up poor, I always dreaded my school's "Pajama Day" There was never a greater indicator of economic differences beyond, say, sneakers. My threadbare Garfield nightgown was terribly embarrassing, and I felt awful standing next to the girls with matching two piece Aladdin-themed sets, or even Barbie. I thought that my days of thinking about pajama day were long gone, but the topic has become quite the a meme on the r/dankmemes subreddit and beyond. These memes seem to be more focused on "the kid who sleeps naked" than anything else, and the image of kids rolling throughschoolnaked on Pajama Day makes the meme's success pretty understandable.
As cartoon characters go, Garfieldis pretty much as relatable as they come. We definitely hate Mondays, and could probably house more lasagna than the disgruntled cat could ever dream of. But complaining about the worst day of the week doesn't get you anywhere. It's better to take action to change your mood, and looking through these memes might be the fun you need to
If you're on our boring life schedule, it's Friday night after an unbearably long week of work. And Fridays are for fun. Or at least tiredly scrolling through funny shit in an attempt to feel something, anything. These memesand dumb tweets might help you crack a smile.
We love a tongue-in-cheek shitpost that takes us back to "the good old days," and boy, does this one check both of those boxes. Harkening back to our childhood school days with references to "independent reading time" and "silent reading time," these memes take the tone of a teacher's pet, and they're pretty freaking hilarious. To make things even funnier, the memes use Impact ironically - a touch that really takes things to the next shitpost-y level. We've scraped the hallowed halls of Know Your Meme for our favorites, but we expect to see more of these in coming days. And we ain't mad about that.
Listen, we can't pretend to be professionals, but we can almost guarantee that these memes will have no lasting impact on your mental health. They're not going to be your anti-depressants and they definitely won't solve your problems. But they might cheer you up for a brief moment. And you know what? That's something.
If you're bored of the basic relatable memes that are so popular these days, this gallery might be the respite you're searching for. It's got a healthy mix of spicy, fresh, and trending memes that's anything but normie. And you don't have to go to Reddit to enjoy 'em.
Paging all history nerds! These historical memesare a little more specific than our usual galleries - and they'll please anyone with a bizarre fascination with the Roman Empire. If your interest in the past covers broader subjects, check out this wider variety of history memes. They'll only disappoint if you're anything less than a meme scholar.