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'Emily In Parasite' Is A Scathing & Satirical Mashup Account

It's nearly impossible to avoid mentions of Netflix' Emily In Paris as of late. The series was released on October 2, and pretty much everyone on Twitter has an opinion about the show. The series follows Emily Cooper, an American who's just relocated to Paris for a job with a French marketing company. Emily, who is played by Lily Collins, is pretty, perky, and is also a terrible (and terribly on-point) caricature of the way Americans behave in foreign countries. 

Emily routinely rejects French culture, scoffing at everything from cliche French smoking habits to simply dining out. This pompous attitude has been widely criticized in the media, for good reason. Instead of trying to accept the ways of her new city, she seems to turn her nose up at it, consistently mocking customs that are really pretty benign.

This superior attitude is marvelously called out by a brilliant new Instagram account, @emilyinparasite. The page mixes cringey images of Emily Cooper with stills from Bong Joon-ho's Parasite. The film, a social satire that highlights class discrimination, is a perfect foil for Cooper's character. The photoshopped images make for some truly unhinged commentary. We've included their latest spicy posts, but we implore you to follow for more brilliant content.

Funny account @emilyinparasite criticizes Emily in Paris, mashup, photoshop emily into stills from Bong Joon-ho's parasite | Lily Collins taking selfie with Parasite actors and outside the house from the movie
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Lord Of The Rings & The Onion Meet In Genius Twitter Thread

We're no strangers to good mashups - we're still laughing about that Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Harry Potter combo - but this one just hits different. Twitter user @laurbarbq took to the site early this week to share nineteen brilliant pairings of Lord of the Rings movie stills and classic satirical headlines from The Onion. The results, as you can see below, work extremely well. And as both the movies and The Onion are pretty prolific, we're hoping to see more of these gems in the future. Lord knows we need the entertainment.

Funny twitter mashup of Lord of the Rings and headlines from the onion - satirical newspaper | Lauren @laurbarbq onion headlines but make them lord rings thread Work Friend Accidentally Becomes Real Friend Legolas and Gimli
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'Lord Of The Rings' Meets 'Parks And Rec' In These Hilarious Mashups

Some things were just made to go together: peanut butter and jelly, meat and potatoes, and apparently Lord of the Rings and Parks and Rec. Yeah, we were surprised too. So without further ado, check out the following amazing mashups of the two and click here for another potentially even more bizarre mashup between Harry Potter and Brooklyn Nine-Nine!

Funny mashup images of Lord of the Rings and Parks and Rec | bed ridden frodo talking to gandalf are doing? Cartwheels. Am I not doing them?
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Terrifying Celebrity Mashups That Really Don't Need To Exist

Some things in this world don't really need to exist, and celebrity mashups are one of those things. But alas, we've still compiled a gallery of them for you to cringe over, so have at 'em, and click here for even more!

Funny and creepy mashup photos of celebrities | John Travolta's face photoshopped over Travis Barker's head creating Travolta Barker | Post Malone's face edited on Michael Jackson's head creating Post Shamone
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We have to give a hand to whoever took the time to cut out each movie clip for this incredible video. Cheers to you.

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Midsommar, this summer's hottest horror film opened last week and has garnered quite a bit of attention. Matt Caron decided to remix the trailer with that of cult classic Wet Hot American Summer, and it's the best thing we've seen all week.  

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Look, it's still in the style of Nickelback and it isn't as good as this song:



But hey, it's something.