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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. 

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Rick Perry Gets Meme'd After An Album-Cover Worthy Photoshoot In Saudi Arabia

US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry is the latest politician to become a Twitter meme after visiting Saudi Arabia in early December. Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khalid A. Al-Falih tweeted some amusing photos of the former Texas Governor's visit. One photo in particular, of Perry posing barefoot in the desert sand, seemed to resonate with Twitter users, who playfully made fun of his "bad boy" stance and his hobbit-like feet. 

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A report by noted academic Kamal Subhi submitted to the Saudi Arabian monarchy asserts that lifting the ban on women driving in that country will encourage premarital sex and ruin the tradition of virgin brides. The ban has stood unofficially since 1990, when 47 women drove down the streets of Riyadh, only to be suspended from work for two years and widely admonished by religious leaders. The report is believed to be backlash against recent social changes allowing more freedom to women, proposed by 87 year-old King Abdullah.

On a related note, please keep the "wimin drivers1!11" jokes to one per user in the comments out of concerns for network bandwidth.