There is le sexytime, and then there is le faptime. Let's be honest: which one do you value more?
I won't tell your girlfriend.
Are you Fapfan? More shares than Me Gusta will thrust it forward to the next seed!
You ever tell a story that seems too good to be true? Well, just throw a "True Story" on there, and problem solved! Now everyone believes you, whether it was true or not!
Of course, this has the potential to be abused, but it hasn't yet and probably never will. True story.
The truest of stories, though, is if you share this post more than Cereal Guy, True Story will progress to the next round. YOU HAVE TO BELIEVE.
Here's here to point out the facts. You think your stories are true? Well, Cereal Guy knows otherwise. Without his wisdom, we'd never get to the bottom of such important matters as whether or not Justin Bieber is a girl or what Rugrats was really about.
But of course, he can have his mind blown too.
If you like Cereal Guy more than True Story, share this post on Facebook!
I don't know about you, but I think the iLunch is a great deal. For just $50, you get an apple, of course, plus synthetic food-product 16B, the most advanced food ever created! A full meal's calories in half the space!
Share "Seems Legit" on Facebook to move it to the finals! Otherwise, it will disappear FOREVER.
LOLcats: What CAN'T they do? Except lose! Mods are putting their money on this one, but we can't really rig the fight since you have total control over the results.
You know the drill by now, right? I mean, if not, share this effer on Facebook and watch the numbers POUR IN.
FAIL - a meme so classic, it even got its own blog. Whether it's boats, tattoos, or just annoying grammar nazis, FAIL is kind of wonderful in its versatility. It has practically become the epitome of anti-success, and it has even passed into the "Uninternet" as a thing "real people" say, for better or for worse.
How meta do we plan on being today? Because depending on Facebook shares, FAIL could fail, but then would it be failing at all?
Seems Legit is such an optimistic phrase. The world thrusts countless abominations at your eyes each day, and sometimes we just have to take what we see at face value. No more investigative nitpicking; sometimes a duck is just a duck. And Seems Legit honors that tradition, even if it's dead wrong.
The most Facebook shares means the post continues to the next round? Seems Legit.
But you see, Rickroll has a hard life. It's practically the only video anyone expects to watch anymore. Your grandmother sends you a link, and you're instantly skeptical. Nice try, but I know that's more than just cute cats. Its existence is now feared and predicted - you can never win; you can never surrender. You can never give it up.
So share this; for Rick's sake. We titled the post for you so your friends will have one last chance at being surprised, but you already know what's going to happen. They're no strangers to Rick.
Hear ye, hear ye. Thy decision will determine one memetic image's fate.
Joseph's world is tough, too. Kids these days, what with their Rappity Flappity lyrics, don't understand the profundities necessitated by outlandish vocabulary. Or old-landish, at least. The nuances are lost to them; their iced dairy drink no longer attracts the entirety of males to their residence. So we must fight! Fight for a world of Joseph. Fight for the ability to entertain ourselves. Fight for a world of fewer "My Humps."
The internet vessel with the majority of Visagebooks will advance unto the proceeding fisticuffs match.
Oh hi thurrrrr. We hurr'd you like Derping so we threw it in the brackurrt just to make a bunch of sounds like thurrrrs. Er, this. Sorry, we'll stop.
Derp's such a versatile meme: the names of all of your friends (according to Rage Comics), the perfect way to justify your potato cravings without being offensive, the constant state of your lazy-eyed boss. And nothing else quite captures that feeling when you herp just the right amount of "so hard"-ness.
More Facebook shurrrs than Spidurrman means Derp moves furrwurrrd. Sorry, stopping, right.
If there's anything more terrifying than a man-like spiderhero swinging crime out of the streets, it's 60s Spider-man's unapologetic departure from the gritty reboots of the current era. His time was more colorful, more peaceful; the biggest problems Spider-man had to deal with were his shoelaces and great-aunt's birthday party.
It kinda turned him into a softy, but one OF WHICH we cannot get enough. (Take that, prepositional sentence endings!) For all the cares Spider-man doesn't give, there is one from each of us for him. We love you Spidey!
[Mods say: If this post gets more shares than Derp, Spider-man will move on from our hearts and into round two.]