Memes may come and go, but the act of sharing a meme will never die as long as the Internet exists. Sending memes back and forth has become an essential part of friendship today. So instead of bloating this year-long list with bad, unfunny memes, your friends will hate you for sharing, we’re only including the darkest. Here are the best of what 2019 has to offer so far. Things have already gotten the extremely weird watch out.
1. The world record egg
If you haven’t heard of The Egg by now, you have a blissfully bad relationship with social media. At the beginning of this year, one humble Instagram account set out to do the unimaginable. It became more popular than the social network’s reigning queen- Kylie Jenner. Against all odds, The Egg handily beat its competition, collecting more than 10 million followers and nearly 53 million faves at the time of publication. Naturally, it was memed.
2. Game of Thrones memes
Let’s face it. The Game of Thrones memes has been much better than the actual show this season. Just as every week brings us a new episode to pore over, every week a new meme surfaces to ravage the internet for seven days before we all move on to the next one. First, it was the dragons who were a little too into the idea of Jon and Daenerys’ incest. Then it was Bran staring down every person in Winterfell. Followed by Daenerys’ I-would-rather-roast-you-alive grin proved it was the best.
3. Black hole
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that no matter how insanely incredible a new scientific discovery is, the citizens of the Internet will do their best to deface it with memes. The black hole at the centre of nearby galaxy M87 was photographed in April of this year. A feat many thoughts was impossible, given black holes’ ability to suck up even the particles of light itself. But they did it, and then we did it. The poor black hole went through the meme ringer in its first 24 hours, combined with everything from Shrek to Pikachu to bagels.
4. “Ah shit, here we go again”
Video game cut scenes are the gifts that keep on giving, and 2004’s Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas contains one that has endured for more than a decade. The clip of protagonist CJ stalking down an alleyway at the very beginning of the game, after a couple corrupt police officers harass him into a bad part of town, has such a relatable delivery of the now immortal line, “Ah shit, here we go again,” that it couldn’t eventually become a meme for a certain resigned acceptance towards any kind of confrontation. It works every time.
5. Fixing things with instant ramen
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As far as DIY “hacks” go, using instant ramen to repair broken household appliances one of the most insane seen to date. Thanks to the multi-platform spread of these kinds of videos on Reddit, TikTok, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, this idea took off, spawning plenty of other home attempts without ever fully becoming a challenge. Mostly, it’s stayed in its lane of “implausible viral video” — people have speculated that the sink video, specifically, was doctored – which we have to respect.
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