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'So You Have Chosen Death' Memes Lament Risky Decisions

The drama of Lord of the Rings has always lent itself well to dank memery, and we're happy to report that this format featuring the villainous Saruman is making a bit of a comeback on Reddit. The scene being used is from The Fellowship Of The Ring, a moment in which Saruman offers Gandalf a choice between joining him or dying. Gandalf refuses to help Saruman, who remarks "So you have chosen death." The foreboding line is generally being used in much lighter contexts - think family quibbles and "things i don't like" style memes. They're pretty good, and we're happy to see the format is alive and well.

Funny Saruman memes, Lord of the rings memes, so you have chosen death, dank memes.
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Geriatric Steve Rogers Gets Royally Meme'd In 'No, I Don't Think I Will'

Just when you thought we'd moved past the Avengers: Endgame memes or at least Steve Rogers memes, another dank format starts popping up around Reddit and 9gag. This particular meme features an old ass Steve Rogers saying "No, I don't think I will" following an emotional exchange with Sam Wilson regarding his choice to spend his life with Peggy. As can be expected, memers have taken the sweet line and turned it into something a lot more funny. 

Funny memes about old Steve Rogers saying "no, i don't think i will" september 11th, dank memes, chris evan, chris evans memes.
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27 Relatable Gaming Memes That'll Tickle Your Joystick

See what we did there? These memes are for anyone who's had an ultimatum given to them after too much gaming. They're for the poor souls who are stuck at work when they'd rather be bullied by a kid on Xbox Live. They're for anyone who may or may not have a bit of a problem. 

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19 Super Dank Sonic The Hedgehog Memes In Celebration Of 'Sonic Mania'

It's a big day for gamers - Sega's Sonic Mania was released today and has been receiving mostly positive reviews. The game, which is available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, is being touted as a return to its previous form. This is good news for nostalgic gamers, and an opportunity for new players to bask in the game's original glory. 

To celebrate the game's release, we've gathered up our favorite, dankest Sonic memes from the past few years. Happy gaming and meme-ing, y'all. 

Memes about Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic Mania, xbox, xbox one, playstation, playstation 4, nintendo switch, knuckles, tails.
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Best Of: Hey Man You See That Guy Over There?

Another day, another super exploitable meme format. 

"Hey Man You See That Guy Over There" started in April as a webcomic by Facebook user Florkofcrows. The comic, which features two sock men is supposed to represent the feeling of outrage when a person likes someone you don't. This outrage is basically the premise of many internet exchanges, so naturally the macro has been edited to reference various video games, comics and fandoms. Here are some of our favorite examples.

Funny webcomics of Hey Man You See That Guy OVer There memes, a lot of them have to do with anime, gaming, video games, skyrim, nintendo, xbox,.
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Xbox Turns 15 Today and the Internet is Celebrating

Today the most beloved American console celebrates it's 15th birthday. Launching November 15th 2001, the Xbox was a revolutionary console, being the first gaming console to have an internal hard drive.
Its specs at the time matched those of a computer, something that can't be said about console gaming.
Of course this also that also means that the consoles launch games Halo and the zany Munch's Odysee also turn 15 today.

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Whoever holds this FPS, if he be worthy, shall posses the power of PCMR.

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Amidst the flurry of discussion after the unveiling of Nintendo's Switch. Head of the Xbox division, Phil Spencer, promises that the next Microsoft console will be "The most powerful console ever made."