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Ray Charles Is The Unlikely Star Of This Trending Meme About Feigned Ignorance

Move over, Stevie Wonder. There's a new blind man meme in town. Ray Charles is the latest visually impaired musician to star in a trending meme, and these are pretty damn good. The image macros are supposed to represent moments of feigned ignorance, whether political, historical, or just purely relatable. While some of these examples of "looking the other way" are insidious in nature, other memes poke fun at our internet habits or family dynamics. They're all pretty damn funny. 

Funny memes, "i'm gonna pretend i didn't see that" ray charles.
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14 Sassy Tweets From Hilarious Canadian Politician Norm Kelly

Canadian politician Norm Kelly is the ultimate dad, and his tweets prove it. If we could elect someone solely based on tweets, Norm would be our man.

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These Theresa May Memes Are Awkwardly Dancing Into Infamy

Earlier this month, English British Prime Minister Theresa May caught our attention while awkwardly dancing to ABBA's "Dancing Queen." This was not the first time that May went viral for her dancing, but these photos from her appearance at the UK Conservative Conference definitely win most meme-able. It's taken a couple weeks, but this meme format has become nearly unavoidable - a great representation of when people just march on in a way that is very entitled, sneaky or downright stupid.

Funny memes of theresa may dancing awkwardly to abba.
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The 'Me Voting In 2016 Vs Me Voting In 2018' Meme Is Way Too Relatable

Happy Election Day! If you haven't picked your booties up to go vote, you better be doing it soon. Twitter's certainly got midterm fever, and they're showing it with this meme that is the exact opposite of a glow up. It would seem that many voters have gone through quite the transformation while waiting to exercise their voting rights, and this meme really says it all. While memes can't change the future of our government, you can. We don't want to see what voting in 2020 will look like if anyone slacks. 

Me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018.
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