After one mother spoke of her entitlement in meme form, the internet bit back. As a mum, I can confidently say that she deserves the criticism.
Good morning, gorgeous. Overnight, Donald Trump’s lawyer decided he was guilty, Justin Trudeau was the subject of a flame war and Dolly Parton discovered memes. Ok.
The NSW Police using a Beyonce meme to victim shame rape victims for the ‘lols’ is a prime example of why we’re not taken seriously.
Mesut Ozil retired citing racism, Tiger Woods almost won something and a dog got stuck in a table. It’s all the overnight news you missed when you were dreaming about that dude from work. We know.
Knock knock, who’s there? Drraaaammmaaa. Overnight, Kevin Rudd sued the ABC over the cabinet papers, the Super Moon wasn’t that super and Bernie Sanders applauded. Sort of.
Hooley Dooley, what a week. We’ve had awkward blind dates at the G20, Elon Musk flipping off the fossil fuel industry, and a man dressed as the Joker was shot at a sex party. Hey, Victorian police – why so serious?
While we’ve barely clung onto our sanity in 2016, the meme has held our hands through the darkness. In tribute, we’ve dug out our favourites of the year gone by.
2016 has brutally claimed many a victim, none more so than Pepe the meme frog. Goodnight, my sweet prince.
Such a bare admission of depression is rare, so thousandfold props to Wentworth Miller for his response to a fat-shaming meme.
Resident TBS anti-comedian Susannah McDonald has recently discovered something to level the score against “funny people.” The meme.