Satan, not to be mistaken with the lovely fabric. The big guy downstairs used to scare people to walk the straight and narrow for nearly 2000 years. It's about time you find a reason to laugh at him, even just a bit. What do you have to fear, Purgatory? Possibly.
We live in an age where everyone and everything is on social media. In fact, it's weird to meet someone nowadays who doesn't have an Instagram account, which apparently, includes Satan. Yes, that's right, there's an Instagram account run by Mr. Hellfire himself. Filled with cutting one-liners and insulting, but inspiring quips, it turns Satan is quite the wordsmith. And not quite as evil as you might expect. Check out some of the funniest posts we found on the @s8n Instagram account, and decide whether or not he lives up to his bad-boy hype.
Tumblr looked at this evolutionary dead-end of a forward-eye-facing cold-blooded cave goat and decided: "good." Sometimes tumblr gets ahold of some biology or history knowledge and extrapolates the ever-loving reality out of it like when they went full mythological science on dragon evolution. For another interesting learning experience here's Tumblr's thread on Kudzu, the monster plant waging war with everything.
For those not in the know, sleep paralysis is a pretty common phenomenon that's found all across the globe. You find yourself sort of in between being asleep and being awake, like you're conscious, but you can't move or speak. An episode of sleep paralysis can be accompanied by hallucinations that look like a face or figure, and that's commonly referred to as a demon or a visitor. It's pretty god damn scary. Anyway, this person told their mom and it backfired. People mess up, and sometimes that screw up is in their control. Here's a guy who thought a date was a job interview.
Despite what they might've told you in Sunday school, Satan apparently isn't all bad. At least, according to these memes which were inspired by the 2012 Disney movie Wreck-It Ralph. In this particular scene, Ralph attends a "bad-anon" meeting for video game villains, where he's comforted by a character named Saitine, mispronouncing his name as "Satan." The meme has been used to express gratitude for people and things that are usually bad.
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It may technically be the Lord's day, but that doesn't mean that we can't worship Satan too. Satan needs a little appreciation too, and what better way to show him that than with memes about heavy metal? We think that metalheads and non-metalheads alike will be able to appreciate these brutal sh*tposts!
Calling all Satan-worshipers, weirdos and straight-up metal snobs: if you've ever felt misunderstood - like no one truly gets the nuances of your music tastes - then these might be the memes for you. Even if you're really not into the metal scene, we think you'll be able to find some amusement in these memes!
An outspoken few of us are scouring our lives looking for unwholesome imagery in television, music and apparently, elementary school art exercises. Some real wild stuff gets passed off as legit by mom groups. This misunderstanding had some extra facepalm on it. Fittingly, people made an even bigger mockery of the situation. Being a teacher can be hard especially when it comes to wild parent teacher conferences.