Memes are basically just hilarious inside jokes on the internet...
To celebrate fashion week and make a desperate grab at relating to those cool, hip millennial types, Vogue Magazine got who they proclaimed to be "The Meme King of Instagram" (to be fair, he does have six million followers) to make them some hot, fresh mémés. Below is what came out of it:
Honestly, @AmznMovieRevws is the only place a discerning moviegoer needs to visit for quality reviews of the latest releases. Amazon is the only place for anyone who wants a laugh to check out some of the most honest and overdone reviews the average consumer could possibly imagine.
Think these are bad? Some of the people in this Wedding Fail collection might want to check out the site for some deals, or wardrobe, or both....
Sometimes society decides to find the more ridiculous sides of itself to give us endless moments of hilarity. Check out what happens when Instagram models meet the modern day woman
Tom Brady had to show up in court today for his possible involvement in under-inflated footballs during last year's football season. If that weren't enough, the court room artist drew a picture of sad Brady, though it definitely doesn't capture the essence of the Patriots' quarterback who has also done modeling work.
See, here's a side by side comparison:
Of course, the Internet took it and ran with it, like it was a pigskin in the last play of Super Bowl XLVIII.
Here's a more professional sketch of Tom Brady in court today. pic.twitter.com/agp15LIpFZ— Hardy (@hardy985) August 12, 2015
Looks correct pic.twitter.com/0HyoTmDqpy— Brian Floyd (@BrianMFloyd) August 12, 2015
The Tom Brady courtroom sketch looks spot-on to me. pic.twitter.com/Oaz3M7hmDv— Ethan Booker (@Ethan_Booker) August 12, 2015
Tom Brady looks like Quasimodo. pic.twitter.com/NKRxLg5ayo— The Sports Geeks (@thesportsgeeks) August 12, 2015
Personally, I think he looks like Tommy Wiseau.
If it helps, the courtroom artist, Jane Rosenberg has already apologized for the sketch.
Poor Tom Brady. I hope he can get enough comfort from his model wife, millions of dollars and four Super Bowl rings.
Which of these brave animal caretakers will be the next Jurassic Zookeeper? Well, probably none of them but they've definitely got the raptor-taming stance down. Modeled after a now iconic image of Chris Pratt calming his raptor squad from the box office hit "Jurassic World", here are some of the best examples of zookeepers reenacting the scene.
Arya Stark actor Maisie Williams was just as wrecked as you when the credits rolled on the Game of Thrones season five finale June 15.
She then took to Twitter to answer some fan questions with the honesty that she has exhibited many times before on social media.