The rapper posted an image miming an attack on one of Andy Warhol’s tomato soup cans, and as usual, his fans ate it up.
A British tabloid slapped a wig on a head of lettuce and launched a contest to see who would last longer — Truss or the leafy vegetable. The lettuce prevailed.
The Internet is coping with the crowning of the world’s oldest intern the only way it knows how.
The general sentiment seems to be one of out-of-the-Boris-Johnson-frying-pan and straight into the fire, with people highlighting the retrograde values of Toryism.
Memes depicting a sinister, all-powerful Joe Biden alter ego are sweeping the internet, and the Democratic establishment is loving it.
What do an NBA foul and a Renaissance Pietà painting share in common? A lot, actually.
The popular BeReal app, which prompts users to post within a two-minute window at a random time every day, has become prime fodder for memes.
Some things in life are more than just “blessed” or “cursed” — they are “blursed,” which is to say, both.
We may be but a speck of dust in this vast universe, but we’ve got jokes.
It was glamorous! It was glitzy! It was the end of democracy as we know it!
All over Instagram, medieval imagery has been remixed, captioned, and somehow reads as peak hilarious, depending on your sense of humor.
An outpouring of memes is helping Ukrainians cope through humor that often spills over into dark satire.