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'Guys Really Live In Apartments Like This' Is Our New Favorite Twitter Meme

You've all probably heard guys getting roasted for having a mattress on the floor, a single chair and a console in their rooms. The stereotype may be unfair, but it's officially spawned an addictive Twitter meme. Users are combining the text with photos of their favorite (and least favorite) figures and characters, as well as mixing in shots from their favorite television shows. The results, as expected, are pretty hilarious.

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Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' Is Getting The Royal Meme Treatment

People were shook this past Saturday when pop singer Ariana Grande released 'thank u, next,' the title single from her upcoming album. The song is about how Grande is thankful for her former partners - a sentiment that not many musical artists, especially 25-year-olds, express. The lyrics are being touted as being very mature and insightful. They're also being meme'd like crazy on Twitter. Here are some of the best we've seen yet.

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Meet The High School Inspired Alignment Chart That's All Over Tumblr

Move over, Dungeons and Dragons. There's a new alignment chart in town. This one is inspired by classic high school personas (nerd, jock, goth, prep) and Tumblr users are applying it to nearly every fandom imaginable. 

List of applications of new Prep, Jock, Goth, Nerd alignment chart on Tumblr, polemon, gaming, zelda, lord of the rings.
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As we all know, Twin Peaks, David Lynch’s surreal soap opera, will be making its return next year, and we’re all holding out hope that it’ll be good.

The show, which peaked in popularity during its first season but steadily declined into some of the worst television ever midway through its second, following David Lynch’s departure, will be getting a reboot thanks to Showtime and unwavering fan devotion.

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Of course, this isn’t the first Twin Peaks revival. The show’s movie prequel, Fire Walk With Me, saw the director going full Lynch and was infamously booed at Cannes in 1992. However, this has not quelled fan desire for more.

The director has been cagey about details regarding the series, and that continues with a new teaser, which is just a few seconds director eating a donut. That should get excitement brewing for sure. Regardless of what this new series ends up being, though, at least we’re getting 10 hours of David Lynch directing moving images. Worth it.

@TwinPeaksArchve @YouTube I hate trailers that show you too much...

— Iain Martin (@theIainMartin) December 19, 2016

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