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25 Brand New 'Me And The Boys' Memes That Just Keep Getting More Bizarre

"Me And The Boys" memes are still goin' strong and they're getting more and more strange by the day. If you haven't been paying attention to the meme-verse at all lately, this format stems from a 1967 episode of Spider-Man featuring villains Rhino, Vulture, Electro and Green Goblin doing stupid things that might remind one of their own innocent childhood. 

Honestly, we can't wait to see how much weirder this meme is going to get! And be sure to click here if you didn't see our previous installment!

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30 'Me and The Boys' Memes That'll Fill You With Nostalgic Immaturity

Our new favorite shitpost is a real blast from the past. A 1967 episode of Spider-Man is the latest meme fad to annoy redditors and Instagrammers alike. The still features Spider-Man's enemies Rhino, Vulture, Electro and Green Goblin, and is generally used to describe dumb things one might do with "the boys" back in the day. Think typing 80,085 on a calculator. While some people might want to forget their more immature moments, we opt to revel in them. If you like what you see, check out our boys at Ebaum's World. There's more where this genius came from.

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Reddit's 'Evil Buildings' Is A Treasure Trove Of Villainous Lairs

There are plenty of places to surf architecture porn, but the subreddit r/evilbuildings takes things to a slightly darker place. Chock full of dramatically lit towers, brutalist architecture and dilapidated shacks, the site delivers a mega-dose of spooky structures. Great inspiration for those of you that fantasize about abandoning it all and pursuing a life of crime. Here are some of our favorite creepy user submissions.

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The loathing runs very deep here, guys. Just last week, Marvel released this year’s Spider-Gwen Annual, an 'alternate-reality series' that portrays a black female Captain America as a hero. The villain's known by everyone as the Mental Organism Designed as America’s King, or more crisply, “M.O.D.A.A.K.”

M.O.D.A.A.K. wails incessantly about 'foreign filth' and how he wants to squeeze 'n crush America in his allmighty powerful hands...

Readers have already been quick to note the glaring similarities between the comic's villain and Donald Trump himself:


@topbunkwanter




@sarcasticIwt

Judging by Latour's Twitter feed, which touts a marked dedication to a hatred targeted at Trump, you've gotta think the talented Marvel artist really was inspired enough out of a passionate hatred to create a villain that exists solely to make fun of Trump.