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Roasty Toasty British Memes For Your Tea-Time Scrolling

We hope these memes won't trigger any of our buds in the United Kingdom, but these jab-heavy memes were too good not to share. From riffing on their habitual colonizing (love a good history meme) to mocking British cuisine, these memes are filled with slightly savage but mostly-harmless fun. 

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Fifteen 'Doctor Who' Memes And Moments For The Hardcore Whovians

Regardless of whether your favorite Doctor is David Tenant, Christopher Eccleston, or Tom Baker, all Whovians can come together over these amusing memes and moments from the beloved British TV show Doctor Who!

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Distinctly British Tweets That Just Hit Right

We're not quite sure what it is, but British memes and tweets just hit differently. Maybe it's the novelty of the slang or "cheeky Nando's" but we find ourselves chuckling at these Twitter witticisms constantly, and we want you to start laughing too. So pull up a chair, pour yourself a cup of tea, and get to scrollin'.

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Brits 'Get Ready For Brexit' By Mocking It To Shreds

The British government released its "Get Ready for Brexit" campaign on Sunday and let's just say, the rest of the UK is not impressed. The campaign comes in the form of billboards and social media advertisements in anticipation of Britain's October 31st exit from the EU.

One billboard in particular that reads, "Get Ready for Brexit," has recently become a meme on Twitter. Many Twitter users are mocking the ad for encouraging a "shared responsibility," and fears of what could happen to the average UK citizen - including losing access to medication.

You can read some of the snarky tweets and memes about it below!

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'The Secret Ingredient Is Crime' Meme Is A Straight Classic (13 Memes)

This meme isn't new by any means, but can you believe it's from all the way back in 2004? Yeah, neither can we. It stems from a scene in British comedy series Peep Show where a character named Super Hans offers another character a chocolate bar he stole, which he claims tastes so good because its secret ingredient is "crime."

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14 Hilarious Memes From 'Monty Python & The Holy Grail'

Is there a more quotable movie than Monty Python and the Holy Grail? Well aside from Airplane, we think not. 

Movies often times become dated and irrelevant throughout the years, but Monty Python and the Holy Grail is one that will likely be hilarious for generations to come. 

If this gallery inspires you to watch the movie again, then our work here is done.

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Airline's 'Backless Seats' Controversy Is Stirring Up Some Golden Twitter Parodies

When Twitter user Matthew Harris tweeted a sketchy photo of a woman sitting in a backless seat on an airplane, it sparked a barrage of parodies and roasts.

The airline, EasyJet, was quick to reply on Twitter, asking Harris to take down the photo so that they could "best assist" his complaints.  People on Twitter, however, weren't falling for the budget British airline's BS, and began creating parodies of the tweet.

Fortunately (or perhaps unfortunately, depending on your own personal opinion), it's been reported that these backless seats were actually inoperable on the flight and passengers were not permitted to use them. 

However, we've gotta wonder why EasyJet was so quick to get defensive in the Twitter thread. Very suspicious indeed...

Funny parody tweets about EasyJet's 'backless seats'
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Epic Feud Between Two Artists Is Off-The-Charts Petty

We've never seen petty like this before and honestly, this story has so many levels of petty that we're gonna have to just let it do all the talking. All we can really say is that it involves world-renowned a-hole Anish Kapoor, his "bean" (aka Cloud Gate), and the world's blackest black shade of paint.

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Cross-Eyed Burglar Gets Positively Destroyed In Comments Section Of His Wanted Notice

The internet really seems to love roasting wanted criminals for their physical attributes (remember Neck Guy?) and this kid is of no exception. The 18-year-old cross-eyed burglar got roasted pretty hard when the Northamptonshire Police department in the UK posted his wanted notice on Facebook.

We almost feel kind of bad for this poor kid, as he can't exactly help that he's cross-eyed, but at the same time, these puns are just too much. They'll definitely make you say, "iris I thought of that one."

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Reddit Thread About Global Stereotypes Is A Goldmine Of Frustration & Hilarity

Whether you're Canadian and accused of being too polite, or a Brit and people assume you have bad teeth, stereotypes are pretty damn unavoidable. They can range from humorous (shrimp on the barbie) to offensive (American obesity) and are especially rampant on the internet. One curious Redditor decided to take a deep dive into the most frustrating assumptions that global citizens battle, and the results range from serious to pretty damn hilarious.  

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Pompous News Anchor Gets Roasted For Claiming That Millennials Can't Do Anything For Themselves

British Sky News anchor Jayne Secker has come under fire for her patronizing comments yesterday in an interview with Kirsty Archer, a young politician who stated that the cost of living in London is far too high for many people, and that getting evicted from a rental home could cost a tenant £2,000.

Secker, who is a landlord herself, countered Archer's comments by claiming that it's the young renters who are at fault here because they do not have the "basic skills" (including changing a light bulb and knowing how to turn on their heaters) to rent homes.

Secker later issued an "apology" tweet for her comments, which some are calling out for being a non-apology. You can watch the Sky News video and read some of Twitter's reactions to it below!

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