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    Elon Musk has finally broken his silence after announcing that he intends to walk away from his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, in the form of two memes. Musk has been attending the Sun Valley Conference in recent days in Idaho with other giants of the tech and finance world.  Two days after dropping the bombshell over his decision regarding the Twitter deal, the world's wealthiest man posted two memes, one showing him laughing hysterically alongside a series of statements.  The statements read: 'They said I couldn't buy Twitter. Then they wouldn't disclose bot info. Now they want to first me to buy Twitter in court. Now they have to disclose bot info in court.'  Musk maintained the hold-up in his acquisition and the reason he eventually walked away from Twitter, was because he believes the company is being dishonest about the number of fake accounts on the platform.  Musk long stated his belief that Twitter is being dishonest about the number of fake accounts on the platform In the second post, Musk tweeted a pic of meme legend and...
    THROUGHOUT his lengthy career, Usher has racked up several hit singles that are remembered by pop culture fans. While performing his hit song Confessions, Usher became the center of social media memes after one moment from the concert went viral. 2Usher's Tiny Desk concert went viral and inspired several Internet memesCredit: YouTube / NPR Music What is the Usher Tiny Desk meme? On June 30, 2022, Usher starred in his own episode of NPR's Tiny Desk concert series. During the special, he performed his famous 2003 single, Confessions, from the album of the same name. The album mentioned above earned the singer three Grammy Awards out of nine nominations. At the start of the song's performance, Usher looks right into the camera, makes two peace sign motions in front of his eyes, and says "Watch this." Read More on The US SunCELEBRITY RIVALRY Learn Jason Derulo and Usher's historyLASTING EFFECTS T-Pain claimed Usher said this to him about his music The gesture earned laughs from the band and the small number of people in attendance. That exact moment from the...
    A BARGAIN hunting shopper has revealed how she managed to bag tons of Tommee Tippee bottles for just 50p each.  Facebook user Meme Meme proudly posted her purchase in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, sharing how she’d cleared the shelves of the product and saved cash in the process. 2A bargain lover has share how she got Tommee Tippee bottles for just 50pCredit: Facebook/ExtremeCouponingAndBargainsUK Alongside the snap of her fully stocked boot, Meme Meme wrote: “Sainsbury’s: Was meant to be £20 each, marked up at £9 and £10. “They all scanned for £0.50p. I got these for my son who just had a baby and a daughter who’s expecting and my friend who has just had her baby before anyone moans.” She then revealed she’d paid just “£8 for the lot” - meaning she’d saved a considerable amount as it would have totalled £320 at the original price.  However, not everyone was as happy about her big money savings deal and some members commented that she was “selfish” not to leave any for anyone else.  Read More in...
    A SHOPPER has gone viral after revealing how much goodies they bagged from Marks & Spencer - but trolls are all saying they should be donated. We all love a good bargain - especially now that Brits could be suffering through the cost-of-living crisis for more than another year. 2The happy shopper shared their find on Facebook and was met with a number of different reactionsCredit: Alamy 2The post received more than 200 comments before the author had muted themCredit: Facebook/ExtremeCouponingAndBargainsUK With food, fuel and energy prises now rising, people all across the nation are on the lookout for a good deal more than ever. This is exactly what one shopper did when visiting their local Marks & Spencer. Here, the person, who goes by the name Meme Meme on Facebook, came across an amazing deal they simply could not miss out on, and decided to share the find on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group. The photo of the post revealed a huge pile of goodies - a whopping 16 bottles of blackcurrant squash, more than a...
    Elon Musk has been having a typically eventful Memorial Day weekend, first he was pictured with his new girlfriend in St. Tropez, now he's taking on a woke satire website on Twitter.  It all started when Musk, 50, posted a meme by Hard Drive magazine without giving credit to the site on Memorial Day.  The meme, which was the headline of an article on the site, read: 'Zodiac Killer Letter Solved by Opening It With VLC Media Player.' Musk wrote alongside the meme: 'Nichememe,' again without giving any credit to Hard Drive. He later deleted the message. Musk spent much of his Memorial Day on Twitter, the social media giant he is planning to purchase for $44 billion Musk began the spat with Hard Drive by posting this meme without crediting the satire site The official Hard Drive account replied to the meme asking the world's richest man to stop 'cropping our names off our articles.' Musk responded by saying that the meme was cropped when he first saw it saying: 'Well, if you make something that looks like a...
    KAILIA Posey's tragic death at the age of 16 has shocked not only fans of Toddlers & Tiaras, but also of the iconic meme launched by her appearance on the show. The beauty queen's mom announced her death on Tuesday, just days after Kailia celebrated both her prom and 16th birthday. 3Kailia Posey, whose appearance on Toddlers & Tiaras became one of the most famous memes around, has tragically died at the age of 16Credit: TLC 3The teenager recreated the iconic meme in a YouTube video posted in 2019Credit: YouTube 3The circumstances around Kailia's death remain unclear, but her mother confirmed the news on TuesdayCredit: Instagram/Kailia Posey While most people will probably recognize the teenager's face from a viral meme, Kailia rose to fame after appearing on Toddlers & Tiaras. Kailia appeared on the TLC show back in 2012, when she was an energetic five-year-old. She won viewers' hearts as she explained that her favorite part of competing in beauty pageants was winning, Today at the time. “‘Cause I like to win moneeey!” she said, adding that she planned...
    Getty Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown. Just two short months ago, the Boston Celtics were the laughing stock of the NBA. They were struggling to stay above .500 and the whole world was dreaming up trade scenarios that could improve the team long-term. And while some suggested trading the likes of Marcus Smart and Al Horford, the most common idea was to split up Boston’s dynamic duo of Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Everybody from fans to media members questioned whether or not Tatum and Brown could effectively play together. Some think they are too similar and one should be traded for a player that better complements the other’s skillset. Most notably, former Celtic Kendrick Perkins commented on the matter during a January 7 episode of ESPN’s “NBA Today.” He stated that the pair needed to be split up for the betterment of the Celtics. Play It’s time to break up Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown! – Kendrick Perkins | NBA TodayIt’s time to break up Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown! – Kendrick Perkins | NBA Today...
    Will Smith was the talking point of Sunday night's 94th Academy Awards when he slapped presenter Chris Rock for making a joke about his wife. And the Internet was soon awash with memes and reaction to one of the most shocking moments in Oscar history. Twitter responded by admitting they had had no interest in the annual Hollywood awards ceremony up until now but the slap had taken over their timeline in spectacular style. Get ready for the memes: Will Smith was the talking point of Sunday night's 94th Academy Awards when he slapped presenter Chris Rock for making a joke about his wife  That got everyone's attention: The Internet was soon awash with memes and reaction to one of the most shocking moments on Oscar history 'Me no caring about the Oscars but suddenly seeing that Will Smith slapped Chris Rock' read one meme of someone scrolling on their phone before reacting in shock. Others shared screengrabs from Smith's famous movies like Men In Black, joking the actor would want to use the movie's famous memory eraser device, the Neuralyzer,...
    (CNN)Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield posed for a classic Spider-Man meme ahead of the digital release date announcement of "Spider Man: No Way Home."On Wednesday, the official "Spider-Man" film account Tweeted the picture, writing, "Of course, we got THE meme."The meme is a take on a '60s cartoon of two Spider-Men pointing at one another; one of them is an impersonator. Holland, Maguire and Garfield have all played Peter Parker in at least one film. of course, we got THE meme. #SpiderManNoWayHome swings home on Digital March 22 and on 4K UHD & Blu-ray on April 12! Pre-order now: https://t.co/Rythp0WfkU pic.twitter.com/pOmV6y3lJr— Spider-Man: No Way Home (@SpiderManMovie) February 23, 2022 "Spider-Man: No Way Home" is set for digital release on March 22 and on Blu-ray on April 12.The blockbuster became the highest-grossing picture of the pandemic, earning $1.77 billion globally to date. Read MoreIt is also the highest-grossing Spider-Man movie.
    This series documents stories from the Herman Cain Awards subreddit, tracking the COVID mis- and disinformation on Facebook that is leading to so many deaths. On Sundays we go lighter with some (black) humor.  Not gonna lie. I love Gadsen Flag memes.  Still too complicated for many people.  Ah, reminds me of this classic meme: Still my favorite of all time.  This one isn’t funny, just a simple statement of fact. If they really think it’s in the hands of god, why not take their sick to church?  I laughed way too hard with this one.  Gross. And gross.  Also, gross.  Okay, that one is quite brilliant.  Perfect.  They’re pissed because GoFundMe blocked a campaign for violent truck protesters in Canada. But, how else would scrounge up a few thousand to help cover the millions in debt that a serious COVID hospitalization costs, not to mention funeral expenses and lost income?  Fact check: True. Unfortunately.  Daily Kos relies on readers like you. We don't have billionaire backers like some right-wing media outlets. Half our revenue comes from readers like you,...
    VIDEO2:3802:38Taxes on meme stock trades may surprise new investorsSquawk Box This year's tax filing season begins on January 24. Some new, younger investors may be in for a surprise.  Last year's trading frenzy over "meme stocks," such as AMC Entertainment and GameStop, could now have an unexpected impact on 2021 tax returns.  "Last year was a really interesting year in terms of investors, especially younger investors," said Apex Fintech Solutions CEO Bill Capuzzi, "what they bought, when they sold, why they bought, why they sold." Apex, the digital clearing platform for many investing apps, including SoFi and Stash, analyzes about one million trading accounts of investors ages 24 and younger each quarter.  For example, AMC was unranked before joining the list in sixth place on Apex's list of top 100 stock holdings for Gen Z investors in the first quarter last year. With the stock price's sharp rise and fall last January, AMC became one of the "meme stocks" of the moment. In the third quarter, AMC was the number one holding among younger investors. Yet as its share...
    What was the reaction? Several commenters on James' post, including actor Jamie Foxx and fellow NBA star Trae Young, seemed to nod in approval at the post. Foxx wrote, "Gotta [sic] point haha," while Young commented with a "100" symbol. Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy joked, "It happened. Lebron and I finally agreed on something." But at least one critic, Hall of Fame Los Angeles Laker Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, did not take kindly to the meme. In a Substack article, Abdul-Jabbar wrote that James’ message was “a blow to his worthy legacy.” “LeBron James is not only one of the greatest basketball players ever, he’s committed to being a leader in the African American community in the fight against inequality,” Abdul-Jabbar wrote. “But his Thursday Instagram meme showing three cartoon Spider-Men pointing at each other — one labeled 'covid,' one labeled 'flu,' one labeled 'cold' — with his message: ‘Help me out folks’ was a blow to his worthy legacy." "By posting the uninformed meme, LeBron has encouraged vaccine hesitancy which puts lives and livelihoods at risk," the Lakers legend added,...
    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar doesn’t sound too happy with LeBron James! The Los Angeles Lakers superstar recently made waves when he shared an Instagram meme comparing COVID-19 to the flu and the common cold. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “Help me out folks,” LeBron captioned it.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by ???? (@kingjames) Well, that didn’t sit well with the legendary Los Angeles Lakers center! He addressed the situation on his Substack and wrote the following in part on his Substack: LeBron James is not only one of the greatest basketball players ever, he’s committed to being a leader in the African American community in the fight against inequality. But his Thursday Instagram meme showing three cartoon Spider-Men pointing at each other—one labeled ‘covid,’ one labeled ‘flu,’ one labeled “cold”—with his message: “Help me out folks” was a blow to his worthy legacy. The meme’s implication is that LeBron doesn’t understand the difference among these three illnesses, even after all the information that’s been presented in the...
    An anti-President Biden rap song inspired by the viral "Let's go Brandon!" trend is now sitting at the top of the iTunes hip-hop chart. The song, performed by rapper Loza Alexander and entitled "Let's Go Brandon," first went viral on TikTok before making a fast rise up the iTunes hip-hop chart to clinch the number one spot. HOW 'LET'S GO BRANDON!' BECAME A NATIONAL SOCIAL MEDIA SENSATION The song was inspired by the "Let's go Brandon!" trend that has been sweeping the country since NBC sports reporter Kelli Stavast interviewed NASCAR driver Brandon Brown following his victory at Alabama’s Talladega Superspeedway earlier this month. During the interview, the crowd could be heard chanting "F--- Joe Biden" in the background, which Stavast seemingly misheard as "Let's go Brandon!" "Brandon, you also told me — as you can hear the chants from the crowd, ‘Let’s go, Brandon’ — Brandon, you told me you were gonna kinda hang back those first two stages and just watch and learn," Stavast told Brown during the interview. "What did you learn that helped you in those...
    So easy to avoid a deadly fate. Facebook is a menace. COVID-19 is a menace. Conservatism is a cesspool. Together, those three ingredients have created a toxic stew of malevolent death and devastation. We can talk about all those things in the abstract, look at the numbers and statistics, and catch the occasional whiff of seditionist right-wing rhetoric. But I hadn’t really fully understood just how horrifying that combination of right-wing extremism, Facebook, and a killer virus was until I became a regular at the Herman Cain Awards subreddit. This series will document some of those stories, so we are aware of what the other side is doing to our country. Let’s call today’s cautionary tale “snowflake.” As of right now, about 13.5% of the country has gotten COVID … that we know of. That’s nearly 45 million people, which is a lot! Many asymptomatic cases have happened unbeknownst to anyone. So … odds are pretty good that someone will get it, and even better for those who aren’t taking the proper precautions like vaccinating, social distancing, and masking.  Marshall law, lol.  Okay,...
    More On: cardi b All the celebrities and more who hit the Balenciaga red carpet in Paris Cardi B’s latest Paris Fashion Week outfit is practically a weapon Cardi B ‘lost so much blood’ during childbirth, denies post-pregnancy surgery Cardi B’s wild Paris Fashion Week outfit includes golden nipples It’s not easy being green. Cardi B made quite the statement while out and about in Paris, France, on Sunday, rocking a quirky bright green look that fans couldn’t get enough of on social media. The catsuit, designed by Richard Quinn, consisted of a skintight top that zipped up in the front with a frilly bonnet and sleeves that turned into gloves. The unique piece also featured pleated parachute pants that completely covered the 28-year-old rapper’s feet – much like a onesie would – and a flattering waist line that accentuated her enviable curves. Cardi B’s Richard Quinn ensemble featured a bonnet that tied under her chin.KCS Presse / MEGA Unsurprisingly, Cardi’s latest Paris look immediately drew comparisons to everything from vegetables to plants to Kermit the Frog on...
    In this article AMZN CLOV AMC BBIG CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, CNBC.com's Maggie Fitzgerald explains where retail trading interest is headed after GameStop reports earnings. Plus, Amazon's latest incentive for hourly workers is free college education.GameStop rallies all the way back from 10% post-earnings slide as retail investors come to rescue GameStop staged a stunning intraday comeback from its post-earnings sell-off on Thursday as retail investors looked past the lack of clarity on turnaround plans and piled into the meme star. Shares of the video game retailer closed the session 0.2% higher at $199.18 in heavy trading after losing as much as 10.5% at its session low of $178 apiece. The initial drop came as GameStop failed to provide an outlook for the upcoming quarters and details on its e-commerce transformation, which disappointed Wall Street analysts. But signs emerged that small investors on Reddit's chatroom WallStreetBets decided to buy the dip in the name, pushing the stock higher. GME was the single most popular ticker mention on the forum, overtaking previous stars of...
    Do you like memes? Then you have to know these apps and web pages to create and download WhatsApp memes. With the passage of time, memes have become more and more ingrained in the popular culture, and over the years the concept of “memes” has evolved. Therefore, today any image with a hilarious phrase is considered one of these humorous elements. The high impact that memes have had on society has been so much that there are people who, before giving a criterion of reality, need see a meme on social media. And it is that it has even become customary share these illustrations by the different instant messaging services, especially on WhatsApp. 8 good apps to make and find WhatsApp memes easily If you are one of the users who wants to share the latest and new memes with your friends and family, do not worry. In this article you will know the best apps and websites to make and find WhatsApp memes in an easy and fast way. The best applications to make memes on Android...
    Messi said goodbye to Barcelona in tears. Photo: Eric Alonso / . Lionel Messi said goodbye to FC Barcelona with great sadness. Farewell to the club of his loves at this time was not a situation for which the Argentine was prepared. He suffered it more than all, but his pain extended to all the fans of the Catalans, who never saw their greatest idol suffer like this. To alleviate the bad drink, we are going to turn tragedy into comedy thanks to best memes of his farewell. The first one refers to a scene from the Spiderman movies. Because yes, Barcelona fans will not be able to stop thinking about Messi’s visibly affected face when saying goodbye. I made a meme ???????????? #Messi I love Messi but memes are memes lmao pic.twitter.com/jUNz3o2745 – Yeetus Feetus Deleetus (@_SirCumFerence) August 8, 2021 A common battle on the internet is over who cries or suffers more from everyday events: men or women. The debate will probably never end, but there is one certainty: Messi’s pain...
    In this article HOODVIDEO3:3903:39Robinhood's IPO happened one week ago today — Here's what four experts think of the stock nowTrading NationOne week since Robinhood's initial public offering, market analysts are still wary of the stock. Shares of the online trading company have seen double and triple-digit percent swings this week, diving more than 14% on Thursday after a filing revealed that existing Robinhood shareholders planned to sell nearly 97.9 million shares over time. Here's what four market analysts, including CNBC's Jim Cramer, wanted to see from the name. Joe Terranova, senior managing director at Virtus Investment Partners, said the company needs to decide whether it wants to be in the social media spotlight: "Do you want to be a meme stock? And I think ultimately, that has to be the question that needs to be addressed here in the moment. If they don't, the immediate strategy has to be ways to figure out raising more capital, taking advantage of the price appreciation, whether that's through a secondary or other form of raising capital. That's the way to defeat being this...
    The second season of “Fernando” is ready that promises strong emotions and the occasional exclusive on the life of the Spanish legend of the four wheels. Amazon Prime Video has unveiled the trailer and new images of this docuseries produced by Mediapro Studio that will premiere exclusively on the platform next August 27 in more than 240 countries and territories around the world. Briatore has superior intelligence. It tells you one thing and you may not understand it until weeks later, even months later. It is always ahead “ In the new episodes the cameras accompany the Spanish pilot from the period of confinement at your home in Switzerland and the different high competition scenarios such as the 500 Miles from Indianpolis until the preparations for his return to Formula 1. The series showcases exclusive images of Fernando’s exhibition with the car with which he conquered his last world championship or the consequences of the bicycle accident who suffered in full preparation for the return to Formula 1. Also, allow the audience to see his experience racing and traveling...
    Australian Olympic hero Ariarne Titmus' swim coach has gone viral all around the world for his priceless outburst following her historic gold medal - but not everyone enjoyed his antics. Titmus, 20, stormed home to win gold in the 400m freestyle over America's greatest ever female swimmer Katie Ledecky on Monday, with her coach Dean Boxall's crazy celebrations being broadcast across the globe.   Boxall ripped his face mask off and started running up and down the stands before screaming and gyrating as a staff member panicked in the background.  His euphoric behaviour wasn't enjoyed by everyone however, with a number of Americans taking to social media to label Boxall 'vulgar and frankly offensive'. Ariarne’s coach Dean Boxall sums it up perfectly! #TokyoTogether pic.twitter.com/Kvww2jpSFy— AUS Olympic Team (@AUSOlympicTeam) July 26, 2021 'The Americans might not like it, I don't know. But I bleed with my athletes,' Dean Boxall said of the criticism from the sore-losing USA fans  'What the Australia coach did isn't funny or cute. It bigfoots a woman athlete winning a gold medal and centers the attention on...
    From left to right, Timothee Chalamet, Wes Anderson, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray at the Cannes Film Festival. Stephane Cardinale / Corbis / Getty Images The latest Wes Anderson movie, "The French Dispatch," premiered at Cannes this week. Fans are loving a cast photo of Anderson with Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, and Timothee Chalamet. The image of the four in completely contrasting styles has spurred a new meme format. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "The French Dispatch" premiered this week at the Cannes Film Festival but the media frenzy surrounding the movie comes from a cast picture. The latest Wes Anderson movie is about the staff of a magazine about to print their last-ever issue and stars many well-known names in Hollywood such as Timothee Chalamet, Tilda Swinton, and Bill Murray. However, when the three stars and the director, Wes Anderson, came to the photocall for the premiere, their stylists clearly had different ideas of what the dress code should be. Ranging from Bill Murray's summer outfit to Tilda Swinton's bright-blue office look, the four of...
    In this article AMCVIDEO3:3203:32AMC rally: Sign of our times or sign of trouble?Trading NationMeme stocks are capping off a wild week with even more volatile moves. AMC, the current posterchild for the group, swung from losses to gains by midday Friday as investors digest the prospect of more share issuance. That stock is up more than 100% this week and has risen close to 2,700% since a January bottom. Matt Maley, chief market strategist at Miller Tabak, warns of an ugly ending to the AMC mania. "These moves are so dramatic and, to be honest with you, I just think it's a sign of froth in the marketplace. We've seen this huge amount of liquidity that the Federal Reserve has provided over the last year or so, and they've been telling us more recently that they're going to taper back on that," Maley told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Thursday. "As that liquidity becomes a little less plentiful, some of these stocks that are trading far beyond any of their fundamentals, I think it's going to be really rough," he said....
    Social media users have been calling for Joe Biden's dog Major to be put down after he bit another staffer at the White House, as the rescue pup was made into a meme and novelty merchandise went on sale.   A National Park Service employee was taken to the White House Medical Unit for treatment Monday when the German Shepherd 'nipped' him while out for a walk on the White House South Lawn.   The staff member returned to work soon after but it marked the second time since Major moved to the White House that he has found himself in the doghouse with the team.  Just three weeks ago, the three-year-old bit another staff member in an incident that saw him temporarily banished to the family home in Delaware. Social media users have been calling for Joe Biden's dog Major to be put down after he bit another staffer at the White House , as the rescue pup was made into a meme and novelty merchandise went on sale. The German Shepherd walking with an aide on Monday at 5pm  ...
    President Biden’s stumbles as he climbed the stairs to board Air Force One on Friday was given the meme treatment, with Donald Trump Jr posting a video which made it appear that he was knocked down by a golf ball hit by his father. The former president’s eldest son posted a mock tweet showing Donald Trump swinging a golf club and hitting a ball that knocks Biden down as he ascends toward Air Force One. Biden tripped on the staircase three times, with Don Jr joking: ‘It wasn’t the wind folks.’ Earlier on Friday, Don Jr blasted a suggestion from a White House spokesperson, Karine Jean-Pierre, who suggested that it was the windy conditions that were to blame for Biden’s stumbling. It wasn’t the wind folks. pic.twitter.com/jYc01dBZCe— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) March 19, 2021 Donald Trump Jr. tweeted this meme joking that it wasn't the wind that knocked Biden over but a golf ball fired at his head by Trump Donald Trump Jr. said it was 'no wonder' the US was being attacked by 'enemies' Russia and...
    President Joe Biden’s bad trip has become quite the meme drop on Twitter. The 78-year-old stumbled on airplane stairs while boarding Air Force One on Friday, following in the temporarily unstable footsteps of former President Gerald Ford. But the Commander-in-Chief’s loose footing has let loose a firestorm of memes and jokes on Twitter, and despite other gaffes, marks his first meme-occasion as President. And the jokes certainly didn’t fall flat. Twitter’s constant commenter Chrissy Teigen, of course, weighed in to drop a quip: “we should all hope to one day trip on the way up to our personal jet.” “Chair Force One,” tweeted conservative activist and gun rights advocate Kyle Kashuv. Other Twitter users joined in to poke fun at Biden’s age, photoshopping the President onto photos of the Easy Climber Stair Lift, since he’s the oldest person to assume the presidency. Several others compared Biden’s tumble to other famous falls. “Did Jennifer Lawrence possess Biden’s body momentarily there?” wrote one Twitter user, recalling the time the actress fell at the Oscars. One Twitter user even likened it to another popular meme that depicts...
    More On: joe biden Here’s why Biden is making big mistakes on crime, welfare and immigration Gerald Ford stumbled like Joe Biden in 1975 — and got roasted for it Gone with the wind! White House casts blame for Biden fall Karma’s a trip: That time Biden mocked Trump over ‘slippery’ ramp descent President Joe Biden’s bad trip has become quite the meme drop on Twitter. The 78-year-old stumbled on airplane stairs while boarding Air Force One on Friday, following in the temporarily unstable footsteps of former President Gerald Ford. But the Commander-in-Chief’s loose footing has let loose a firestorm of memes and jokes on Twitter, and despite other gaffes, marks his first meme-occasion as President. And the jokes certainly didn’t fall flat. Twitter’s constant commenter Chrissy Teigen, of course, weighed in to drop a quip: “we should all hope to one day trip on the way up to our personal jet.” “Chair Force One,” tweeted conservative activist and gun rights advocate Kyle Kashuv. Other Twitter users joined in to poke fun at Biden’s age, photoshopping the President onto photos of...
    He left the mittens at home, but he’s still got the slouch that’s social media gold. Sen. Bernie Sanders was looking less-than-thrilled while sitting in the audience as President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris gave remarks about the "American Rescue Plan" in the White House Rose Garden Friday afternoon. C-SPAN communications director Howard Mortman grabbed a screenshot from the network’s feed of the event showing Sanders sitting in a similar stance to the viral photo of him with his arms and legs crossed during Biden’s inauguration in January. TEACHER WHO MADE BERNIE SANDERS’ MITTENS WORKING WITH VERMONT TEDDY BEAR COMPANY TO MAKE MORE Others on Twitter were quick to recognize the similarity, too. "Bernie meme, spring edition," one tweeter wrote. BERNIE SANDERS' MITTENS DRAW ATTENTION TO VERMONT'S WINTER ATTIRE "New Bernie meme just dropped," quipped another. Many commenters lamented the lack of mittens, writing that the new photo wasn’t quite as good. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP However, others wrote that it was relatable. "Once again, big ‘this could’ve been an email’ energy," one tweeted. CLICK...
    Photo by Bill Clark-Pool/Getty Images. If Rep. Paul Gosar (D-AZ) has any regrets about being the keynote speaker at a white nationalist conference last month, he sure has a funny way of showing it, tweeting a meme that appeared to show a man offering to pay a prostitute to use the group’s slogan. (Happy International Women’s Day, Ladies!) Gosar made headlines in February when he delivered the keynote address at the America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC), and then spoke at the more mainstream Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) the next morning. AFPAC organizer Nicholas Fuentes designed his event to be a rival to CPAC, even scheduling the conference in Orlando, Fl. at a hotel not far from the CPAC venue. Gosar was also one of thirteen GOP representatives who skipped a House vote to attend CPAC, claiming they could not attend due to the pandemic. The Arizona Congressman made an awkward attempt to distance himself from the AFPAC messaging, telling the CPAC audience, “I want to tell you, I denounce when we talk about white racism. That’s not appropriate.”...
    Pawri Ho Rahi Hai has become one of the top trends on social media. It was in the last week when Pakistani influencer Dananeer Mobeen shared a funny video of herself talking in an accent and internet went crazy. Not just Instagrammers, many celebs have also joined the craze and have been churning out hilarious videos. Now, after Randeep Hooda and Shahid Kapoor, it is Deepika Padukone who has shared her version of the Pawri and guess what, it’ll make you go ROFL. Deepika Padukone Is One Energetic Soul As She Dances With All Her ‘Alter-Egos’ In This Stunning Video! In the meme, we see three childhood pictures of Deepika. The first one sees her cute as a button with caption ‘Yeh Hum Hai‘. The second one shows the actress riding a horse toy and it reads ‘Yeh Humara Ghoda Hai’. And the last click is almost the same as the previous one wherein the caption says ‘Aur Yeh Humari Pawri Hori Hai’. The meme shared by Padukone looks fan-made and so we see her asking, “who made this?  Ranveer Singh Has...
    Canadian superstar The Weeknd gave a thrilling performance during the halftime show at Sunday’s Super Bowl, but one moment has gone viral, gifting the world with a hilarious new meme.  During the performance of his hit 2015 single “Can’t Feel My Face,” The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, used a handheld camera in a gold, mirrored corridor, which created a dizzying effect.  The Weeknd performs during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV halftime show at Raymond James Stadium Sunday in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) The clip quickly went viral on Twitter.  “me running to take the chicken out the freezer when i hear my mom pull up #PepsiHalftime  #TheWeeknd,” one user wrote.  Another mom reference read “Me when I lose my mom in the grocery store.”  Others compared the clip to intoxication: “Me, drunk, FaceTiming my best friends.” [email protected] kicks off the #PepsiHalftime show with Starboy! #SBLV pic.twitter.com/DFAi1LNtNl— NFL (@NFL) February 8, 2021 In his spectacular showcase, Tesfaye wore the signature black and red suit that has come to define After Hours, last year’s celebrated Weeknd...
    Elon Musk has broken his silence on Twitter to promote the 'joke' cryptocurrency DogeCoin, sending the asset soaring as much as 60 percent and drawing concern over the Tesla CEO's ability to move markets. Musk, who earlier this week had vowed to stay 'off Twitter for a while', returned early Thursday with a flurry of memes promoting the obscure and frequently derided cryptocurrency. DogeCoin has the same technical underpinning as better-known cyrptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, but is little used and had long traded for less than one cent. It was created in 2013 and based on a then-popular internet meme of a Shiba Inu dog. Musk's tweets included a picture of a rocket soaring past the moon with the caption 'Doge,' and an image from the Lion King that showed himself holding up the dog from the Doge meme. Elon Musk has broken his silence on Twitter to promote the 'joke' cryptocurrency DogeCoin, sending the asset soaring as much as 60 percent RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Don't...
    Nick Cannon in the 2002 movie "Drumline." 20th Century Fox TikTokers are using audio from the 2002 movie "Drumline" as part of a meme. The audio is from a scene in the film in which Nick Cannon's character fights for a snare drum solo. People are using the sound to mimic typing, showing furious exchanges or deadline rushes. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. TikTok has revived what's arguably the most famous movie in the percussion film canon: "Drumline," the 2002 film starring Nick Cannon as a teen snare drum prodigy who has to fight upperclassmen (and his own ego) for a spot on the drumline at Atlanta A&T, a fictional HBCU with a renowned marching band. Nearly 20 years after its premiere, one sequence from the film has found new life on TikTok as part of a meme that depicts people furiously typing to try and finish their work on time. The audio — a repetitive, energy-filled drumline cadence — is lifted from a sequence in "Drumline" in which Devon, Nick Cannon's character, challenges upperclassman Sean...
    The "stonks" meme has become an emblem of the current GameStop saga. Special meme fresh/Facebook Internet day traders have worked to push up the stock price of companies like GameStop and AMC in January. The entire saga has played out online, and the "stonks" meme is a crucial part of the discussion. The meme began circulating in 2017, and captures the surreal sentiment of the moment. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In the midst of an ongoing, whirlwind saga involving video games retailer GameStop, a Reddit forum known as r/WallStreetBets, and multiple hedge funds, one word has been on the tip of everyone's tongue: "stonks." An intentional (and admittedly pretty funny) misspelling of the word "stocks," stonks started as a meme in the latter half of the 2010s and has become a fixture online since. As Slate's Jordan Weissmann wrote, "stonks" has become a popular word in the discussion around internet-fueled boosting of the unlikely stocks such as GameStop.  It's little surprise that the meme has become emblematic of the ongoing saga, which has been dominated...
    On inauguration day, 2021, the internet was taken hold by viral content not seen in years. An image of Sen. Bernie Sanders, arms and legs crossed, mask-wearing, and wearing warm Vermont-made mittens, watching the inaugural proceedings, took off. Memes were created using Sen. Sanders. A story written by me was placed here and enjoyed. Normally, these things have a life of about 12-24 hours, but when America awoke this morning, they were unwilling to give up the joy of Bernie and his mittens. Maybe it is because the collective sigh let out by humanity as America’s 46th president takes office, is a long and relaxing one. Get ready to enjoy another Bernie meme ride. xLast one. #BernieSanders #berniesmittens pic.twitter.com/M5V6KnJNc8— Georgina Chandler-Hurst (@MissGCH_History) January 21, 2021 Cinema! x#berniesmittens ????— Mo ☭ (@MozFrame) January 21, 2021 Another John Hughes vehicle. xFor my GenX friends... #BernieSanders #berniesmittens pic.twitter.com/8smMbkZ9Bs— Kara LaReau (@karalareau) January 21, 2021 Mandalorian. x pic.twitter.com/buyW7vJduz— Skye Donald (@skyedonald) January 20, 2021 The Muppets. x"If I wanted to sit and watch a bunch of bad routines, I'd go back to congress!" pic.twitter.com/rl0CG0x5Tc— Muppet...
    Bernie Sanders has a knack for online stardom. The senator from Vermont is already the subject of one well-known meme — we’ll get to that in a second — and on Wednesday, thanks to his inauguration outfit, socially-distanced spot and demeanor at the Capitol, he earned another one.  First off, props to Sanders who was sporting the same jacket from the original “I am once again asking” meme. If the jacket still fits and is in good shape from 2019, why not keep wearing it?  So aside from the coat, he’s got a new meme thanks to a photo that popped up of the 79-year-old senator sitt ing in a folding chair socially distanced from everyone. He sat in said coat, with his arms crossed and warm mittens on his hands and his legs crossed — and, of course, he had on a mask.  Following COVID-19 protocols, Sanders became a social media sensation once again and the sports world was quick to follow suit as well. 
    We made our own version of the Bernie Sanders meme. Achim Thomae/Getty Images, BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images A photo of Sen. Bernie Sanders looking grumpy at President Joe Biden's inauguration has gone viral. Sanders' reserved pose and bundled style evoke a classic New Yorker vibe that took the internet by storm. A popular New York Instagrammer posted the image on Instagram over photos of NYC, from the street to the subway. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A viral photo of Sen. Bernie Sanders has become the most magical meme of President Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony.  The image shows Sanders all bundled up looking cold and reserved — a typical New York City mood, especially in the winter. People edited the photo into classic NYC scenes, and the results are hilarious. Bernie Sander's inauguration photo is a classic NYC mood, and memes from the viral image prove itAn Instagram account run by Nicolas Heller posted three images of Sanders edited into New York City scenes. In the series, Sanders is seen sitting on a sidewalk, in a...
    Mateo Askaripour’s ‘Black Buck’ is an irresistible comic novel about the tenacity of racism in corporate America Iran ramps up uranium enrichment and seizes tanker as tensions rise with US Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress & Anxiety Away Ad Microsoft This is a slam dunk if you want a one-card wallet in 2021 Ad Microsoft New Policy For Cars Used Less Than 49 Miles/Day Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/21 SLIDES © Getty Images Celebrities who have had second lives as memes Life as a meme can be complicated. However, some people have become memes after already being famous. That’s not so bad, as a lot of memes have become part of the culture. Here are some celebrities who have, in one way or another, become...
    THE Merry Christmas Eve Eve meme from Friends has made the rounds on social media two days before Christmas. The famous catchphrase was said by Phoebe Buffay during a Christmas episode of the hit series Friends. 4The scene where Phoebe tells the gang 'Happy Christmas Eve Eve'Credit: Getty Images - Getty What is Merry Christmas Eve Eve? Merry Christmas Eve Eve is the day before Christmas Eve and two days before Christmas Day. What episode does Phoebe say Merry Christmas Eve Eve? Phoebe, played by Lisa Kudrow, said the catchphrase during season two, episode nine - The One with Phoebe's Dad. 4From left to right, Joey, Phoebe, Rachel, Monica and RossCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Phoebe BuffayCredit: 2013 NBCUniversal Media, LLC The episode aired on December 14, 1995. In the episode, Joey, Ross, Chandler, Monica and Rachel are in the Central Perk coffee shop when Phoebe walks in and tells them "Hey, Happy Christmas Eve Eve." How many Christmas episodes of Friends are there? There are eight Christmas episodes in the series. The One with Phoebe's Dad (S2/E9) The...
    Have you ever known one of those couples who somehow manage to finish each other’s sentences? Heck, maybe you even are part of one of those couples—you insufferably adorable monsters, you. A new call-and-response meme making its way around Twitter takes things a step further by asking a theoretical partner, “Babe are you OK?” in the event they don’t complete a catchphrase or a song lyric. Hide
    Space, dinosaurs, trains, wolves, trucks, dolphins, construction machines, dragons — there are as many different childhood obsessions as there are children. And then there are horses, and their fans: the Horse Girls. The Horse Girl, with her equestrian posters, her unicorn folders, and her dog-eared copy of Black Beauty or Saddle Club or maybe The Black Stallion. Is she a little old to be obsessed with animals? Shouldn’t she be moving on to … I don’t know, makeup or boys? When is this Horse Girl going to turn into a Normal Woman already?! Defying the somewhat reductive, if serviceable, label, Horse Girls come in all genders. What bonds these kids is a longing for the Romantic Ideal of the equine. This Platonic horse represents a refusal to be tamed, an inherent beauty, and a superhuman strength; and anyone who proves themselves worthy of a horse’s trust takes on those traits by proxy. It’s a power fantasy that strains against the reins of a culture that tells young people that they can be strong and independent — or they can be...
    The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver held a meme contest, so of course it was one by football’s biggest winner — Tom Brady. Every week in the NFL season, there’s an individual winner. As in a player who makes a game-changing that leads their team to victory. In Week 10, that athlete was Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who leaped over three Buffalo Bills defenders on a Hail Mary pass from Kyler Murray for the game-winning touchdown. Hopkins’ still shot of the catch was meme-worthy, so Hopkins decided to run a contest on Twitter, Whoever came up with the best or funniest meme would gain a signed jersey from Hopkins. The winner of the contest wasn’t a fan. It was none other than Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady,  who responded with a GIF of a goat. Hopkins was a man of his word and sent the autographed jersey which read, “To Tom Brady, the GOAT.” https://t.co/OQGf9nzHYF pic.twitter.com/30UvDfw2Jq — Tom Brady (@TomBrady) November 17, 2020 You know I got you @TomBrady https://t.co/8wtpGh6oHH pic.twitter.com/wXRUowwY0b — Deandre Hopkins (@DeAndreHopkins) November 21,...
    The last time the Seahawks met the Cardinals, DK Metcalf chased down Budda Baker. It went viral. Metcalf looked superhuman in catching Baker after an interception to deny a touchdown. Of course, the Internet didn’t stop there. Metcalf’s chase down of Baker became a meme with nearly endless possibilities. Even if it had never become a meme, the play was ridiculous all by itself. Baker runs a 4.45-second 40-yard dash and had a huge head start on Metcalf.  “I was running, and next thing you know, I see big 14 coming after me,” Baker said after the game, according to the Seahawks official website. “He got me. That’s the first time I’ve ever been hawked in my entire life.” NFL Films caught Baker live saying something a bit more profane: “How’d he catch my ass? I was tired as hell, boy. He ran me the f— down.” MORE: Budda Baker’s live reaction to DK Metcalf’s touchdown-saving tackle Metcalf is one of the NFL’s most incredible athletes, running a 4.33-second 40-yard dash at his Combine while also leading that year’s wide receivers in bench...
    Nevada became the butt of the Internet’s joke Friday for counting 2020 election votes at a mind-bogglingly slow pace. As of Friday evening, the Battle Born State had tallied an estimated 92 percent of ballots — the fewest in the country with the exception of Alaska. Frustration over the snail-paced results sparked memes comparing the state to everything from an exhausted diva to a computer-solitaire-playing 90s office slacker. Here’s a round up of weirdest and funniest Nevada-bashing memes and videos that have popped up so far. The office slacker The message of this meme is clear to anyone whose been to the DMV. It casts Nevada as a lazy worker putting off the world while playing a little solitaire. The TikTok attention-whore This goofy clip, posted on the video-sharing app, features an cartoon-like image of Nevada lip-syncing next to the caption, “Nevada milking every second of its spotlight.” @1unalovegood she‘s become a bit dramatic, it’s understandable???????? #waitforit #election #nevada #hamilton #foryou #fyp ♬ Wait for It – Leslie Odom Jr. & Original Broadway Cast of Hamilton The...
    AS anxiety washes over Americans awaiting vote reporting from several battleground states, many have turned to memes for comic relief.  A particularly creative one that went viral on Friday is a more than two-minute-long video of presidential candidate Joe Biden and Democrats fighting President Donald Trump in the final battle of Avengers: Endgame. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates The clip begins with Trump’s head on the body of villain Thanos and the president’s comments as vote counts were coming in: “All of these states that we’ve won tonight, and then you take a look at the kind of margins that we’ve won them by—frankly we did win this election.”  Biden, whose head is on Captain America, cuts Trump off by saying as he did during a debate, “Will you shut up, man.” Then ex-President Barack Obama appears as the Black Panther, along with former Georgia House of Representatives minority leader Stacey Abrams as Okoye.  They are labeled as “Georgia,” where Biden has overtaken Trump and holds a narrow lead with...
    The 2008 film In Bruges, starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson as two hitmen sent to hide out in Belgium after a job gone wrong, is essential viewing. It’s also a low-key great Christmas movie. Hide But this week, one scene from Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy was recirculated to sum up American solidarity in the era of count the votes/stop the count. In the scene, which has already been a meme for a few years, Gleeson’s Ken has been ordered to kill Farrell’s Ray by their boss (a wonderfully unhinged Ralph Fiennes). In a long tracking shot, we see Ken approach Ray from behind while he’s sitting on a bench, but just as he points the gun at Ray’s head, we see Ray point a gun at his own head. Hide The image used in the object-labeling meme is a little different than the one in the movie, but one newer version got the point across: Ray and Ken are “America” and the guns are “Americans.” Noahpinion/Twitter Hide welcome to the thunderdome pic.twitter.com/qsnexuesSI— space wizard (@space__wizard) November 5,...
    The Bob and Sally meme, which is about being friends despite holding different political beliefs, is an old and frequently derided one. On Monday, one Twitter user decided to bring it back with such an astonishingly bad take that it actually went viral as people rushed to dunk on it. Hide @sentientist Hide Twitter user Diana S. Fleischman used the meme to open a Twitter thread, in which she shared her position on bipartisan friendship. Fleischman, an evolutionary psychologist, started her commentary with what seemed to be a reference to the much-mocked article encouraging Democrats to sleep with Republicans, saying, “And yes, sexual interest is very helpful when it comes to improving your tolerance of diverging views — it’s one of the only motivations stronger than tribalism.” Hide @sentientist She followed it up by framing an unwillingness to be friends across the aisle as a matter intolerance, sarcastically saying, “Oh! You’re tolerant of other viewpoints?! It must be because your viewpoints are THE WORST!” Hide @sentientist She finished her thread by pointing out that Trump’s daughter and grandchildren...
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