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Relatable & Wholesome Memes For People Trying To Keep It Together

Many of us were struggling with mental health issues before the world was singed by the relentless flames of 2020. But now? Man, now shit's gotten even more bleak. Without being able to see friends, go the the gym, go to therapy in person - and with many of us without a job, things are feeling kind of impossible. We're here (and so are these memes) to remind you that you're not alone. This mix of affirming tweets and relatable memes might make you feel a bit more seen. Hang in there. Here's hoping there's a light at the end of this long ass tunnel

Memes and tweets relating to mental health, depression, anxiety | mental health Can't Believe Gotten Even worse | Life hack: save time by crying about two things at same time crying cat thumbs up
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What a power move when he phoned up his old man just to tell him that he was about to take home that million dollars. John seems like one of those human beings who just walks around with an encyclopedia in the back of his brain. 

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20 Creative Posts From Internet Poets

Was "reading more" one of your failed New Year's resolutions? Well, we're going to let you in on a little secret: you don't have to buy books to indulge in the creativity of wordsmiths. Turns out that you can consume clever witticisms all over the internet. You just have to know where to look. Fortunately, the subreddit r/brandnewsentence makes that mission a little easier. It's a veritable hub of quirky writing that's been harvested from Twitter, Tumblr, and even the dreaded hellscape that is Facebook. We've put together some of their finest examples of creative writing, but there's loads more where these came from. Hell, they may even inspire you to get a little more funky with your own posts. Go crazy. We're here for a good time, not a boring time.

Funny memes, tweets, and tumblr posts collected from Reddit, r/brandnewsentence | Molly Hodgdon @Manglewood His kiss slow, but firm and unyielding like an old man backing his Lincoln Town OCar over handicapped parking sign. | Dylan Sprouse @dylansprouse Happy two year anniversary. Here's us looking more alike with each passing year until single beast with four arms and four legs runs at top speed 50mph and screams like baboon at nearby travelers trespassing into our woods many more!
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