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Thirty-Four Of The Absolute Best Memes of The Decade

We just cannot believe that we're about to close out the 2010s, but that does give us the opportunity to reflect on some of our favorite memes from the past ten years. From Overly Attached Girlfriend, to Distracted Boyfriend, to Loss, it's going to be tough for the '20s to live up to the precedent that the last decade has set. Now let's get to the best memes in no particular order!

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The best memes from the last decade
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Forty-Five Then-And-Now Pics Of People Who Starred In Memes

Ever wonder whatever happened to the people who've starred in some of your favorite classic memes? Like, where the heck did hide-yo-kids guy, AKA Antoine Dodson, go? Or Scumbag Steve? These pics show what they and others look like today and we gotta say, some of them are pretty surprising.

Pictures of people who were the subjects in memes, then and now
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34 OG Memes & Posts That The Internet Went Crazy Over 8 Years Ago

My how meme culture has changed. It seems like just yesterday that we were laughing hysterically at Bad Luck Brian, Overly Attached Girlfriend and Grumpy Cat (RIP). Memes have definitely gotten significantly weirder over time, and a lot of them legitimately make no goddamn sense. Who the hell know how they'll change in the next eight years, but we're betting that they're going to get a whole lot weirder, for better or for worse!

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The New York Times Is Getting Roasted And Memed For Its 'Generously Buttered Noodles' Recipe

If you're looking for stupid internet trends, you've come to the right place! After The New York Times published a recipe for "parsleyed noodles," Twitter user Ariel Dumas noticed, and subsequently tweeted, that people were posting ridiculous comments making fun of and meme-ing the slightly pretentious way the recipe was worded. 

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