These memes and tweets might be pointless, but that doesn't mean they're lacking in the entertainment department.
Here are some more random posts in case you're craving even more entertainment!
Are you a chronically angry person? Well, these memes won't help you even in the slightest - in fact, they might actually make your blood pressure rise even more. The only thing they will help you with is to feel more understood.
If you deal with other mental health issues, then you may enjoy these memes as well.
A Leeds man went viral a few days ago after sharing a major dating disappointment on Twitter. Harry (@hazposting on Twitter) tweeted a screen shot of an exchange with a Rachel, his Tinder date from the night prior. Harry sweetly expressed interest in seeing Rachel again, and in response he received a screen grab of his own text, punctuated with a hearty "LMAO." It's abundantly clear the screenshot was meant for a friend, and wow. Ouch.
Rachel quickly apologized for the gaffe, but the damage was done. After sharing his woes to Twitter, Harry found an overwhelming amount of support. People tweeted their sympathies, their confusion (not everyone realized Rachel had intended to mock him to a friend), and their feelings that Rachels are not to be trusted. While we can't speak to the integrity of a world of Rachels, it's clear that this one doesn't deserve the attention of Harry - who consistently updated the viral post with funny, self-deprecating, and niche reaction memes. If he hasn't actually deleted Tinder, we wish him a million quality matches.
As hump day comes to a close, let us reflect on the amazing things we've accomplished and all the optimism we have for the future. Just kidding. We're not sure about you, but we just want to unwind. We're overworked and overtired, what we really need is a crap ton of memes to help us ease into the abyss of slumber.
It's been a while since we enjoyed a good Wendy's roast session, but their Twitter team really brought it yesterday. The fast food restaurant went after McDonald's in a sly and funny attempt at announcing the March launch of their breakfast menu. Judging by all the attention the thread received from brands and roast-hungry fans, the PR move was a success. Even the Uno account had to get in on the fun.
We've included some of the better exchanges, but you can catch more fire by scrolling through the thread here. We hate to admit it, but those Wendy's breakfast sandwiches are making us hungry after all those brutal roasts.
Twitter is a marvelous and scary place. For every funny 280 character tidbit, there's a terrible take or some kind of anti-vaxxer getting trolled. That's why we do the dirty work for you. These amusing tweets have been carefully selected to include everything you need: weirdo humor, relatable anecdotes, and a dash of current events. Just don't let your boss catch you scrolling dirty.
There are very few jobs as thankless as that of a retail worker. Having to juggle your regular responsibilities and entitled people should be an Olympic sport. This Twitter thread from last week is proof that everyone needs to work retail at some point so we can avoid the horror stories these poor people had to endure.
Just weeks after news of Mr. Peanut's "death" rocked the internet, a tweet announcing Goofy's demise has gone viral. Disney fans can rest easy, though - the tweet comes from a Disneyland parody account run by @pjayevans, who runs "Who Is?" show on Now This News. While we're not down with this new fad of killing off iconic characters and mascots, the tweet has garnered some pretty entertaining responses on social media. We just hope the account doesn't meet the same fate as the lovable Disney dog.
Planters Nuts had teased their Super Bowl ad since the untimely demise of their mascot, Mr. Peanut. Unfortunately, the funeral-themed bit didn't sit as well with viewers as they had anticipated. The ad shows mascots mourning the monocle'd peanut in a cemetery, when the Kool-Aid man's tears cause "Baby Nut" to emerge from the dirt, a mascot reborn.
The move is a pretty obvious nod to the popularity of Baby Yoda, and many people found the move to be a cheap exploitation of the public's affinity for cute characters. These feelings were then channeled into some seriously Anti-Baby Nut tweets that made us wonder if peanut allergies are more prevalent than we thought. Whatever the case, the passionate contempt for the small legume is vastly entertaining. We can't wait to see what Planters does to spin this one.
Are you crouched in a corner in your room, shivering, afraid, consumed by the Sunday scaries? Well, we've got something to lift your brain out of the mire. Ever heard of... memes? That's right, the best cure for the dread you feel before starting another thankless week of work is scrolling through some seriously dumb memes. And there's a crap ton of 'em right here.
If you ever need a reminder that there are many, many unstable people in this world, just hop on the internet. From Facebook comments to mind-boggling flat earth tweets, there's evidence of psychosis all around us. And we have to admit, it's kind of entertaining.