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Steak-Umm Reignites Beef With Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Puns Ensue

It seems that Steak-Umm woke up today and chose violence. And while it isn't the first time (their Twitter is pretty legendary), this mini-vendetta against Neil Degrasse-Tyson has been too funny to ignore. On Sunday, Degrasse-Tyson tweeted that "The good thing about Science is that it's true, whether or not you believe in it." The sentiment, which is actually pretty dull, caught the attention of Steak-Umm's social media manager, Nathan Allenbach - who turned the platitude into an opportunity to ruffle some internet feathers. While at first Steak-Umm simply replied "log off bro," they later contextualized their stance, explaining that "science itself isn't "true" it's a constantly refining process used to uncover truths based in material reality and that process is still full of misteaks. neil just posts ridiculous sound bites like this for clout and he has no respect for epistemology." 

Where the initial sass-filled tweets are fiery and entertaining, the responses are taking things up a notch. It seems that Twitter users are eager to one-up each other with beef-related puns, desperate for Senpai (Steak-Umm) to notice them. And guess what? Many of them succeeded. While some people have jokingly suggested that the account take on Stephen Hawking (RIP), we really would love to see them go after some more public figures. While we never expected to support a brand's social account, let alone one that shills processed meat, we've really been enjoying Steak-Umm's social media development and can't wait to what kind of mischief they cause in the coming months. 


Funny tweets from Steak-Umm arguing with Neil Degrasse Tyson about science, puns, punny jokes, meat puns, beef puns
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Video: Kid Confronts Mom Over Belief That Antifa Stormed The Capitol

Rumors of Antifa being behind the January 6th storming of the capitol began almost as quickly as the Pro-Trump rally turned into an insurrection. Many far right conservatives and MAGA gangs seemed to immediately pass the blame to the anti-fascist group - much as they claimed Antifa was behind the BLM protests. Even though the FBI was quick to debunk the rumors, it seems that many followers of right-leaning mainstream media are still eager to deflect blame and weave more conspiratorial drama. 

While some of these believers will continue to swim in their seas of confirmation bias, others are apparently grapping with family members who won't stand for the BS. This viral video, in which a kid puts their mom on blast for her insistence that MAGA did no wrong, is a pretty great example of the latter. While it doesn't seem like they've changed their mom's mind, it's pretty entertaining to see mom struggle to explain something that's completely false. The reactions ain't bad either. 


Kid confronts mom in video because the mom believes that antifa was behind the storming of the capitol, while it was debunked by the FBI - MAGA, Donald trump, insurrection | They're antifa, dressed in MAGA clothes | The CrankiestAssCajun @aCrankyAssCajun This kid rules. More parent shaming. Fifty Shades Of Whey @davenewwo This is your brain on Fox News
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Heinous Tweet Claims 'Karen' Is A Slur, Enrages Twitter

As the world struggles with bigger issues, Karens around the globe are continuing to act like entitled morons. While some are choosing to harass Karen meme pages, others prefer using to Twitter to air their grievances. On Sunday, one such Karen took to the social media site claiming that "Karen" (the 'K-word) is stronger than the "n-word." Twitter users were appropriately perturbed by the sentiment, responding with heartfelt objections and some predictable Karen humor. While it's pretty clear that the tweet comes from a troll account or a bot, there are really people out there who feel this way. And they really, really, really need to be stopped.

Crazy tweet comparing the word karen to the n-word, slurs, manager, john mulaney, viral tweets | EmillySwaven @EmillySwaven Yes K-word is stronger than n-word, at least currently. Misogyny and patriarchy has been around longer than slavery. Just don't use either, ok? dear millenials: Stop saying Karen "Karen" is sexist and racist term equivalent n-word white women. Calling woman "Karen" is an attempt get rid women's right stand up themselves. 4:02 PM 4/19/20 Twitter iPhone | Kyle e @KylePlantEm
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Dude 'Deletes Tinder' After Date Sends Him Screenshot Of His Own Text

A Leeds man went viral a few days ago after sharing a major dating disappointment on Twitter. Harry (@hazposting on Twitter) tweeted a screen shot of an exchange with a Rachel, his Tinder date from the night prior. Harry sweetly expressed interest in seeing Rachel again, and in response he received a screen grab of his own text, punctuated with a hearty "LMAO." It's abundantly clear the screenshot was meant for a friend, and wow. Ouch.

Rachel quickly apologized for the gaffe, but the damage was done. After sharing his woes to Twitter, Harry found an overwhelming amount of support. People tweeted their sympathies, their confusion (not everyone realized Rachel had intended to mock him to a friend), and their feelings that Rachels are not to be trusted. While we can't speak to the integrity of a world of Rachels, it's clear that this one doesn't deserve the attention of Harry - who consistently updated the viral post with funny, self-deprecating, and niche reaction memes. If he hasn't actually deleted Tinder, we wish him a million quality matches. 

Guy @hazposting threatens to delete tinder after his date rachel sends him a screen shot of his own text after he wanted to see her again | hey had really nice time last night would love see again sometime? Delivered FaceTime hey had really nice time last night would love see again sometime? LMAO oh my god im so sorry. Pearson's mighty Orns @RAMAN Replying hazposting and @goodbeanaltalt bit dense can someone explain Owl Crime and Gay Stuff She took screenshot his message with
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Millennial Teacher Goes Viral For Amazing Meme-y Hall Passes

We love that teachers and professors have been getting creative with memes in the classroom. It's important to stay current, and using humor to connect with students is an amazing way to earn their respect. Twitter user and teacher @theyloveNoonie has definitely scored an A+ in this area by making these amazing "Ight Imma Head Out" Spongebob meme hall passes, and the internet is responding with a whole lot of admiration and respect. It's one thing to teach a college course in memes, but we think that adding spice to classroom mundanity via memesis even cooler. 

Teacher makes hall passes with ight imma head out spongebob meme.
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Painfully Hilarious Ash-Scattering Gone Wrong Is Killing Twitter

Funerals and memorials aren't usually occasions that send us into fits of uncontrollable laughter, but this viral Twitter thread is proving us wrong. Comedian Mitch Feltscheer found himself in a very funny situation at his grandmother's ash-scattering ceremony, and decided that the internet had to know. We're decidedly pleased at his openness, and we think you will be, too. 

Funny twitter story from Mitch Feltscheer about scattering his grandmother's ashes at a windy beach.
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Dumb Sorority Girl's Tweet Spawns Hilarious 'Ladies, Imagine' Meme

A clueless (some may say optimistic) sorority girl unintentionally spawned our new favorite twitter meme after tweeting a vision of her "best life." The idyllic tweet from Mallori Taylorrepresents what can only be described as a white co-ed's version of the American Dream:

"LADIES imagine this, it's 15 years from now—your son is up to bat, your husband is the hot 3rd base coach, your little girl is cheering on her big brother at the fence,&you are team mom, taking pics with a fancy camera,&keeping the scorebook 

THAT WOULD BE LIVING MY BEST LIFE"

Cue John Fogerty's "Centerfield." 

Mallori's tweet went viral after two days, after which Twitter users began making fun of her relatively normie "best life." Here are some of our favorite jabby, pop-culture reference-filled responses.

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