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Fifty Memes & Tweets For Your Weekend Scrolling

The days are starting to blur together. That's probably why the New York Times' Coronavirus coverage always starts with "It's Friday" or "It's Saturday." While time seems kind of hard to grasp, we've got some things that are a bit easier: memes and tweets. This assortment of comical goodies won't make the bad stuff go away, but it will distract you for a little while. And we think that's importnat.

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'What The Hell Happened Here' Memes Are For Situations That Leave You With Questions

We've been big on reactions memes lately, and the fact that this one involves the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a smile to our faces. The format features Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) saying "What the hell happened here?" after discovering that half of all life on Earth had been reduced to dust by Thanos. The meme, which is sourced from Avengers: Endgame is generally paired with screen shots or photos that leave us with a lot of questions. Think ominous warnings and rules, like "Do not molest the ducks." We've put together some classic iterations of the meme, but you can learn more over at Know Your Meme. This one's gonna be around for a long time. 

funny memes featuring paul rudd as ant-man marvel avengers | KENYA: CHINESE TOURIST ARRESTED WITH 300 ZEBRA PENISES HIS LUGGAGE hell happened here? DO NOT FEED HALLUCINOGENS TO THE ALLIGATORS hell happened here?
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'I Love You 3,000' Has Marvel Fans Drowning In Feels (Spoilers)

SPOILERS AHEAD! 

The long-awaited and long-hyped Avengers: Endgame has been out for two weeks but fans are still feeling waves of emotion regarding the phrase "I love you 3,000." The tear-inspiring quote is the way Tony Stark (Iron Man) and his daughter, Morgan, express their love for one another. People really started to freak out over the phrase when it was realized that when Tony says "I love you tons" her response (3000) implies that she loves him more, as a ton is equal to 2,000 pound. If the feels are coursing through your body, you're definitely not alone. Twitter has been abuzz with sad and sad-happy tweets about the emotional words and the film's ending. 

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Pierre Billon Totally Looks Like Brian Fantana (Anchorman) (Paul Rudd)

It's the mustache that makes the man. And judging by those mustaches, those are some fine, fine men, indeed.