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Fourteen Queen Elizabeth Memes That Will Never Die

Queen Elizabeth has been on the public's radar quite a bit lately. First, her son Prince Charles contracted coronavirus and speculations began that he would never live to see the throne. Then, the Queen made a rare appearance on live television to address the nation about the virus, prompting some excellent photoshop work

We saw it particularly fitting to create a whole gallery of memes in honor of Her Majesty!

Funny memes about Queen Elizabeth | Queen Elizabeth dresses like she's about go prom with Steve Harvey | If thought were useless, remember there are guards who guard an immortal person
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18 Americans Explain What They Were Surprised To Learn Is Strictly 'Murican

When you've lived in one place your whole life, you get used to the various customs and behaviors that are standard in your country. So much so that traveling abroad can be a huge culture shock for a lot of people. These American Redditors are sharing the things they realized are completely unique to American culture.

funny realizations about usa culture | Sugar visited Japan, even some their sweetest desserts pale comparison much sugar is American food.
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Queen Elizabeth Gets Immortalized In These Fresh Dank Memes

Last week we received the unfortunate news that Prince Charles had tested positive for COVID-19. Fortunately, he's reportedly remained in good health through his sickness, but that hasn't stopped memers from creating content about his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, outliving him. In fact, people are going as far as to say that the Queen will never, ever die. 

See some of our favorite examples below!

Funny dank memes about Queen Elizabeth being immortal | Death come Queen Elizabeth II about.1376 years too early. Doctor Strange Tilda Swinton | 7 billion years now sun has finally exploded. Queen Elizabeth only remainder Earth, is floating outer space, hoping find another immortal creature company. made with,mematic
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Twenty-Two 'Very British Problems' For The Limeys

These tweets will only fully make sense to our British audience, but we're willing to bet non-Brits will get a confused kick out of them too. If you're not sure what "limeys" means, it's a slang term for the British that originated in the 1850s in reference to the British sailors who would consume citrus fruits to prevent scurvy. The more you know!

Be sure to check out the official Very British Problems Twitter account for more brilliant content!

Funny tweets from novelty Twitter account 'Very British Problems' | Tweet VeryBritishProblems T@SoVeryBritish "Thanks lot sounds sarcastic "Thanks sounds annoyed "Thanks bunch sounds furious 09/03/2015 19:32 3,145 RETWEETS 3,709 FAVOURITES
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Sixteen Of Our Favorite 'Doctor Who' Moments

Doctor Who certainly has a cult-like following by this point, and it's not hard to see why. The show is supposedly meant for children, which leads us to believe that English children are just far superior in the intelligence department than the rest of us. 

Who's your favorite Doctor? Ours has got to be David Tenant.

Funny memes and moments from 'Doctor Who' | Donna is Italian word lady, Temple derives Latin word tempus meaning time, and Noble is another word lord. String them together and get Lady Time Lord
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Queen Elizabeth Has Not Passed Away, Despite Memes Circulating The Internet

It's that time of year again where someone on the internet starts a rumor about Queen Elizabeth II's death. Last year, a troll-y Redditor created a meme predicting the her death would occur on January 5th of this year.

This year the rumor was fabricated by a WhatsApp group claiming that she had passed away due to a heart attack on December 1st. 

We just want to make it clear that no, the queen is not dead, but of course that hasn't stopped people from making memes about it.

Funny memes and tweets about Queen Elizabeth's supposed death
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Bunch Of Drunk Scots Come Together Over 'Miracle Bread' In This Entertaining Twitter Thread

Who knew that a simple loaf of bread could bring so many Scottish drunkards together? We certainly didn't, but you know what they say: you never know when you'll find a holy symbol in something so ordinary. Okay, no one really says that but you get what we mean, right? Anyway, please enjoy this story brought to you by Jimmy Watkins.

Funny Twitter thread about a 'miracle' loaf of bread
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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!

Funny memes and tweets about 'getting ready for Brexit'
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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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'We Plan To Cut All Homeless People In Half' Memes Are The Definition Of WTF

Alright, well this might be the most bizarre meme trend of the year so far, we think. It all started when Redditor Zeus1027 posted a photo of a political poster put up by the Conservative Party in the UK. The poster, which appears to be located on some sort of public transit, reads, "We plan to cut all homeless people in half by 2025."

Of course, the /r/DankMemes community immediately jumped on the opportunity to mock the poster in typical memer fashion. 

While we're pretty sure you can assume what the Tories meant to say with this message, this move still comes across as a pretty severe blunder on their part! We think they should probably invest in someone to edit their posters a little more carefully...

Funny "We Plan To Cut All Homeless People In Half By 2025" memes
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