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Adulting Memes Which Spoke The Truth And Nothing But The Truth

Just another round-up of some insanely relatable memes on what it means and feels like to be an adult. None of us chose the adulting life, the adulting life forced itself on us. It's kind up rude when you think about it. Don't worry too much though, we're all miserable together.

Hope that helps! 

adult adulting tweets funny | Kayla Shaner @spaghetti lips Being an adult just means don't get rewarded anymore eat all food. My nephew ate two chicken fingers and got rewarded with ice cream ate 5 and my mom said thought were on diet?"
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Memes For Those Of Us Whose Sanity Is Just Barely Hanging By A Thread

Life can get very overwhelming. Even the most simple of tasks can require us to gather significant energy. Honestly, we all deserve an award for just existing. The fact that we get up every day and do sh*t, while literally going insane on the inside is pretty impressive. Even going to sleep can be an utter pill when you're mind is freaking out about whether you locked the front door, or unplugged the toaster. Sometime's we need to consult a real psychiatrist, and sometimes we just need a fat nap.

If you're someone who could seriously use a vacation (from your thoughts), these memes might seem familiar

Relatable Memes For People Whose Sanity Is Just Barely Hanging By A Thread| thumbnail text - ellory smith spooky & hot @ellorysmith have you ever been chilling minding your own business and realize your jaw has been tightly clenched for the last 15 years
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24 Deep Thoughts That Hit At The Most Mundane Times

Do you ever get hit with one of those random deep thoughts in times of rest or waiting? Ironically, it seems like the wisest and strangest ideas come when the brain idling. These are what we call 'shower thoughts,' and there's a whole subreddit dedicated to these little gems. We've collected some of our favorite recent shower thoughts that people thankfully shared on the sub for the rest of us to enjoy. 

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Pictures Pawfectly And Hilariously Capture Life With Dogs

There is nothing better in this world than living with a dog that you love with all of your heart. That doesn't mean that it doesn't come with some struggles. Living with dogs, or any other pet for that matter, is challenging. Obviously, it is worth every second, every scare, every shenanigan and ripped couch though. 

Every dog owner understands these struggles, and imgur user Rumpleteazer has managed to capture these struggles pawfectly in a set of pictures that went viral. It made us all smile, laugh and feel happiness and appreciation in the pit of our belly, so we just had to share it with you as well. 

aww wholesome dogs life adorable heartwarming struggle cute doggo lol personal space funny - 14010885
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21 'It's The Law' Memes That Are Hard To Argue With

As crotchety millennials, it's pretty rare that we see a Disney Channel meme that we like. But today we are actually pretty into this format that hails from The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. This meme's all about unspoken rules - like the fact that you have to click tongs to test them, or pet your dog every time you walk by the beloved creature. It features hotel manager Mr. Moseby screaming "It's the law!" and its been spreading like wildfire over the last year in normie meme communities as well as ones devoted to gaming. And most of them, as you can see here, are pretty damn hard to argue with. s

Funny "it's the law" memes from the suite life of zack and cody, disney channel, lol, dank memes, funny memes, relatable memes, gaming memes, dog owners, cat owners | Friend: Why do pet dog every single time walk past him | Women: Why do aim stain toilet
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Painfully Relatable Memes About being Over 40

There's a lot of perks of aging. You have more experience, more weighted advice, more money (hopefully), and you probably just give less of a f**k in general about the little things. Having adult problems means not caring so much about the things that used to paralyze you when you were young and naive, like being caught wearing the same pair of jeans twice in the same week or having your crush find out you have a picture of him on your wall that you kiss every night before bed... Unless we keep doing that stuff when we're 40. Let me know... for research.

These hilarious Tweets truly prepare you for what your 40's may look like.

Painfully Relatable Memes About being Over 40| thumbnail text - DanicaBananica @Da... Mar 6 ••. Welcome to your 40s! Did you just pee? Congratulations! You have to pee again! 13
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Basic Skills People Are Completely Terrible At

You've got to love an AskReddit thread that pays homage to those basic skills that people are for whatever reason, plain old terrible at. It's funny how life works out like that. Sometimes, we just end up falling through the cracks when it comes to picking up tidbits of common knowledge that we should really have known in the first place. Some people's brains just operate at a different frequency, where they might have no idea how to write in a legible manner, no matter how hard they tried and were pushed to do so throughout their schooling. It ain't nothing to be ashamed of. Or, perhaps you're someone who has an impossibly hard time maintaining the flow of a conversation on the phone.

I mean, now more than ever we're so dang conditioned to communicate through texts, Snapchats, memes, etc. that when it actually comes time to formulate some words, and comprehensible sentences in a dialogue, your mind can end up going helplessly blank. Or, maybe you're one of those people who can't whistle to save your life. Whistling's hard, and shout out to the people in this world that can manage to whistle a tune. While others, can't even get the thing going in the first place.

An AskReddit thread like this can serve as a powerful, humbling, if not inviting reminder that you're not alone in your pursuit toward picking up those life skills and knowledge that you know you should probably know, but just can't quite seem to get. Maybe you have friends and family that have lovingly tried to help you put the pieces together along the way. Hopefully, not the opposite, where you're faced with fielding banter and roasts from people that love to make a mockery of you not quite being able to get there.

The overriding point is that patience is key, and above all else, who really cares at the end of the day if you can't whistle or write out a letter/card that other people will be able to read? The truth is, nobody really cares. Maybe for a hot second they'll get hung up on it, have a good laugh, and give you a nice old fashioned hard time. But then, then you move onward, and maybe you find in yourself a newfound desire to take the time to actually master the very thing that up until this point has escaped your attention. That can certainly be a proactive, productive way to lead a life. The very things that can initially give us the most trouble, can somehow evolve to be our special skills later on down the road. It's like, life loves to test you, throw you off your rhythm for a sec, and ultimately see whether or not you're going to accept the challenge. Challenges can be fun. There's always a nice little dopamine rush waiting at the end of mastering that thing that gave you so much trouble at the onset. So, maybe this thread will give you new inspiration, or at the very least, it'll make you feel better about those skills you're currently lacking.

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People's Wildest Small World Moments

Life is a funny and strange thing. It'll oftentimes chuck curveballs our way, and remind us that there's so much we'll never be able to plan for. Sometimes, that can manifest in crossing paths with folks you haven't seen for years in the most unexpected of places, at the most unanticipated of times. If anything, those moments can serve as a great reminder to expect the unexpected. 

A collection of people's most surprising "small world" moments.
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Basic Skills People Are Completely Terrible At

You've got to love an AskReddit thread that pays homage to those basic skills that people are for whatever reason, plain old terrible at. It's funny how life works out like that. Sometimes, we just end up falling through the cracks when it comes to picking up tidbits of common knowledge that we should really have known in the first place. Some people's brains just operate at a different frequency, where they might have no idea how to write in a legible manner, no matter how hard they tried and were pushed to do so throughout their schooling. It ain't nothing to be ashamed of. Or, perhaps you're someone who has an impossibly hard time maintaining the flow of a conversation on the phone.

I mean, now more than ever we're so dang conditioned to communicate through texts, Snapchats, memes, etc. that when it actually comes time to formulate some words, and comprehensible sentences in a dialogue, your mind can end up going helplessly blank. Or, maybe you're one of those people who can't whistle to save your life. Whistling's hard, and shout out to the people in this world that can manage to whistle a tune. While others, can't even get the thing going in the first place.

An AskReddit thread like this can serve as a powerful, humbling, if not inviting reminder that you're not alone in your pursuit toward picking up those life skills and knowledge that you know you should probably know, but just can't quite seem to get. Maybe you have friends and family that have lovingly tried to help you put the pieces together along the way. Hopefully, not the opposite, where you're faced with fielding banter and roasts from people that love to make a mockery of you not quite being able to get there.

The overriding point is that patience is key, and above all else, who really cares at the end of the day if you can't whistle or write out a letter/card that other people will be able to read? The truth is, nobody really cares. Maybe for a hot second they'll get hung up on it, have a good laugh, and give you a nice old fashioned hard time. But then, then you move onward, and maybe you find in yourself a newfound desire to take the time to actually master the very thing that up until this point has escaped your attention. That can certainly be a proactive, productive way to lead a life. The very things that can initially give us the most trouble, can somehow evolve to be our special skills later on down the road. It's like, life loves to test you, throw you off your rhythm for a sec, and ultimately see whether or not you're going to accept the challenge. Challenges can be fun. There's always a nice little dopamine rush waiting at the end of mastering that thing that gave you so much trouble at the onset. So, maybe this thread will give you new inspiration, or at the very least, it'll make you feel better about those skills you're currently lacking.

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Basic Skills People Are Completely Terrible At

You've got to love an AskReddit thread that pays homage to those basic skills that people are for whatever reason, plain old terrible at. It's funny how life works out like that. Sometimes, we just end up falling through the cracks when it comes to picking up tidbits of common knowledge that we should really have known in the first place. Some people's brains just operate at a different frequency, where they might have no idea how to write in a legible manner, no matter how hard they tried and were pushed to do so throughout their schooling. It ain't nothing to be ashamed of. Or, perhaps you're someone who has an impossibly hard time maintaining the flow of a conversation on the phone.

I mean, now more than ever we're so dang conditioned to communicate through texts, Snapchats, memes, etc. that when it actually comes time to formulate some words, and comprehensible sentences in a dialogue, your mind can end up going helplessly blank. Or, maybe you're one of those people who can't whistle to save your life. Whistling's hard, and shout out to the people in this world that can manage to whistle a tune. While others, can't even get the thing going in the first place.

An AskReddit thread like this can serve as a powerful, humbling, if not inviting reminder that you're not alone in your pursuit toward picking up those life skills and knowledge that you know you should probably know, but just can't quite seem to get. Maybe you have friends and family that have lovingly tried to help you put the pieces together along the way. Hopefully, not the opposite, where you're faced with fielding banter and roasts from people that love to make a mockery of you not quite being able to get there.

The overriding point is that patience is key, and above all else, who really cares at the end of the day if you can't whistle or write out a letter/card that other people will be able to read? The truth is, nobody really cares. Maybe for a hot second they'll get hung up on it, have a good laugh, and give you a nice old fashioned hard time. But then, then you move onward, and maybe you find in yourself a newfound desire to take the time to actually master the very thing that up until this point has escaped your attention. That can certainly be a proactive, productive way to lead a life. The very things that can initially give us the most trouble, can somehow evolve to be our special skills later on down the road. It's like, life loves to test you, throw you off your rhythm for a sec, and ultimately see whether or not you're going to accept the challenge. Challenges can be fun. There's always a nice little dopamine rush waiting at the end of mastering that thing that gave you so much trouble at the onset. So, maybe this thread will give you new inspiration, or at the very least, it'll make you feel better about those skills you're currently lacking.

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Basic Skills People Are Completely Terrible At

You've got to love an AskReddit thread that pays homage to those basic skills that people are for whatever reason, plain old terrible at. It's funny how life works out like that. Sometimes, we just end up falling through the cracks when it comes to picking up tidbits of common knowledge that we should really have known in the first place. Some people's brains just operate at a different frequency, where they might have no idea how to write in a legible manner, no matter how hard they tried and were pushed to do so throughout their schooling. It ain't nothing to be ashamed of. Or, perhaps you're someone who has an impossibly hard time maintaining the flow of a conversation on the phone.

I mean, now more than ever we're so dang conditioned to communicate through texts, Snapchats, memes, etc. that when it actually comes time to formulate some words, and comprehensible sentences in a dialogue, your mind can end up going helplessly blank. Or, maybe you're one of those people who can't whistle to save your life. Whistling's hard, and shout out to the people in this world that can manage to whistle a tune. While others, can't even get the thing going in the first place.

An AskReddit thread like this can serve as a powerful, humbling, if not inviting reminder that you're not alone in your pursuit toward picking up those life skills and knowledge that you know you should probably know, but just can't quite seem to get. Maybe you have friends and family that have lovingly tried to help you put the pieces together along the way. Hopefully, not the opposite, where you're faced with fielding banter and roasts from people that love to make a mockery of you not quite being able to get there.

The overriding point is that patience is key, and above all else, who really cares at the end of the day if you can't whistle or write out a letter/card that other people will be able to read? The truth is, nobody really cares. Maybe for a hot second they'll get hung up on it, have a good laugh, and give you a nice old fashioned hard time. But then, then you move onward, and maybe you find in yourself a newfound desire to take the time to actually master the very thing that up until this point has escaped your attention. That can certainly be a proactive, productive way to lead a life. The very things that can initially give us the most trouble, can somehow evolve to be our special skills later on down the road. It's like, life loves to test you, throw you off your rhythm for a sec, and ultimately see whether or not you're going to accept the challenge. Challenges can be fun. There's always a nice little dopamine rush waiting at the end of mastering that thing that gave you so much trouble at the onset. So, maybe this thread will give you new inspiration, or at the very least, it'll make you feel better about those skills you're currently lacking.

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Basic Skills People Are Completely Terrible At

You've got to love an AskReddit thread that pays homage to those basic skills that people are for whatever reason, plain old terrible at. It's funny how life works out like that. Sometimes, we just end up falling through the cracks when it comes to picking up tidbits of common knowledge that we should really have known in the first place. Some people's brains just operate at a different frequency, where they might have no idea how to write in a legible manner, no matter how hard they tried and were pushed to do so throughout their schooling. It ain't nothing to be ashamed of. Or, perhaps you're someone who has an impossibly hard time maintaining the flow of a conversation on the phone.

I mean, now more than ever we're so dang conditioned to communicate through texts, Snapchats, memes, etc. that when it actually comes time to formulate some words, and comprehensible sentences in a dialogue, your mind can end up going helplessly blank. Or, maybe you're one of those people who can't whistle to save your life. Whistling's hard, and shout out to the people in this world that can manage to whistle a tune. While others, can't even get the thing going in the first place.

An AskReddit thread like this can serve as a powerful, humbling, if not inviting reminder that you're not alone in your pursuit toward picking up those life skills and knowledge that you know you should probably know, but just can't quite seem to get. Maybe you have friends and family that have lovingly tried to help you put the pieces together along the way. Hopefully, not the opposite, where you're faced with fielding banter and roasts from people that love to make a mockery of you not quite being able to get there.

The overriding point is that patience is key, and above all else, who really cares at the end of the day if you can't whistle or write out a letter/card that other people will be able to read? The truth is, nobody really cares. Maybe for a hot second they'll get hung up on it, have a good laugh, and give you a nice old fashioned hard time. But then, then you move onward, and maybe you find in yourself a newfound desire to take the time to actually master the very thing that up until this point has escaped your attention. That can certainly be a proactive, productive way to lead a life. The very things that can initially give us the most trouble, can somehow evolve to be our special skills later on down the road. It's like, life loves to test you, throw you off your rhythm for a sec, and ultimately see whether or not you're going to accept the challenge. Challenges can be fun. There's always a nice little dopamine rush waiting at the end of mastering that thing that gave you so much trouble at the onset. So, maybe this thread will give you new inspiration, or at the very least, it'll make you feel better about those skills you're currently lacking.

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Jenny Jinya's Newest Comic About Death Interacting With Life

There is no life without death and no death without life. 

We have so much love for Jenny Jinya's incredible comics. Yes, they are mostly heartbreaking and leave us sobbing, but it always leaves us with more awareness and an important message. If we don't have changes, we will be killing the precious wildlife around us. Jinya's comics are powerful, it's as simple as that. 

In Jinya's newest comic, Death is interacting once again with Life. Jinya revealed on Twitter that many users were asking for another exchange between the two and she delivered. When it comes to comics about life, it hits differently than the death series, and that feeling also comes with the colors of life, which leaves us less heartbroken than usual. Still heartbreaking, just less. 

jenny jinya new comic about life and death - thumbnail of death asking life if toucans are her favorite creation
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A Day In The Life Of A Veterinarian: Cats Edition

Ever wondered what a day in the life of a veterinarian would look like? Well, wonder no more! One Imgur user that goes by grabboid10 has given us a glimpse into her world and it's filled with cats! 

Being a vet is probably every young animal lover's dream. We know it was ours when we were younglings. The only thing that stops a lot of us from moving forward with this dream is the realization that you'd be seeing a lot of sick animals. And sometimes, animals so sick there's really not much you can do. It's a heartbreaking thought but the animal-lovers that do follow this road are strong, and they are so brave. Thank you to all the vets out there who dedicate their lives to helping animals. Seriously, thank you. 

Recently, there was an AskReddit thread asking the vets of Reddit to share what they wish their clients knew, and it's very informative.

Today we're going on a tour into the day in the life of one veterinarian, cats edition. The following commentary is provided by Imgur user grabboid10:

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20 Funny Memes & Tweets That Keep It All In The Family

We complain about our families a lot - from the trope of the dreaded mother-in-law to sibling rivalry. Some of these relationships are as bad or worse than the stereotypes, but a lot of the time we're just so lucky to be around these people who love us unconditionally. We're even more grateful for all the hilarity that our funny families provide us with for free. 

Funny memes and tweets about family, mom, dad, parents, siblings, brother, sister, kids, parenting. | my mom just came home having drinks with her friend, and now they're having sleepover guest room while my dad is bringing them salami/cheese/apple platter | Juliet @uglyshinigami my parents house is chaotic COME BACK WITH WARRANT Crack Cocaine BUTTER
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