An Assortment Of Hilarious Memes To Get You Through Life

Memes have become the lifeblood of the internet. What was once an assortment of cats doing weird, cat-like things, has now become just a barrage of jokes and funny images with relatable captions. You might think that memes are just an internet fad, but in actuality, there’s been a lot of research done into it. Memes are, by definition, a medium with which you can transfer ideas throughout the internet. That makes it sound a lot more profound than it actually is.


But truth be told, there are books written about the subject. That, in itself, sounds like a joke, but it isn’t. Richard Dawkins, a renowned atheist, in his bestselling book “The Selfish Gene” first coined the term way back in 1976, but since then, the term has been hijacked to mean what we now see. Initially, the word meant something broader, and was a critique of culture, but now, it just means cute dogs smiling.

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#1 Mastered art

The Smithsonian covered the science of memes!

What lies at the heart of every living thing is not a fire, not warm breath, not a ‘spark of life.’ It is information, words, instructions,” Richard Dawkins declared in 1986. Already one of the world’s foremost evolutionary biologists, he had caught the spirit of a new age. The cells of an organism are nodes in a richly interwoven communications network, transmitting and receiving, coding and decoding. Evolution itself embodies an ongoing exchange of information between organism and environment. “If you want to understand life,” Dawkins wrote, “don’t think about vibrant, throbbing gels and oozes, think about information technology.”

#2 Screenshots


#3 Robbed


#4 Crutches


#5 Albums


#6 Responsible


We have become surrounded by information technology; our furniture includes iPods and plasma displays, and our skills include texting and Googling. But our capacity to understand the role of information has been sorely taxed. “TMI,” we say. Stand back, however, and the past does come back into focus.

#7 Security


#8 Standing up


#9 Bluetooth


#10 Rich


#11 Switching lanes

#12 Cyber toilet


#13 Pure evil

#14 Character development


The rise of information theory aided and abetted a new view of life. The genetic code—no longer a mere metaphor—was being deciphered. Scientists spoke grandly of the biosphere: an entity composed of all the earth’s life-forms, teeming with information, replicating and evolving. And biologists, having absorbed the methods and vocabulary of communications science, went further to make their own contributions to the understanding of information itself.

#15 The Weeknd

#16 Dpg ;pplomg


#17 Fat cat

#18 Falling statue


#19 Suspicious amount of sleep

#20 Eleventy one


#21 Historical accuracy

#22 Friend support


#23 Pizza joint

Ideas have “spreading power,” he noted—“infectivity, as it were”—and some more than others. An example of an infectious idea might be a religious ideology that gains sway over a large group of people. The American neurophysiologist Roger Sperry had put forward a similar notion several years earlier, arguing that ideas are “just as real” as the neurons they inhabit. Ideas have power, he said:

#24 Rome

#25 Thinking

#26 Balloon


#27 US Population


#28 Me and the boys

#29 Bananas


#30 Wifi connection

#31 Driving

#32 Balloons


#33 Allowance

#34 Big Bang Theory

#35 Cozy nap


#36 Queens

Ideas cause ideas and help evolve new ideas. They interact with each other and with other mental forces in the same brain, in neighboring brains, and thanks to global communication, in far distant, foreign brains. And they also interact with the external surroundings to produce in toto a burstwise advance in evolution that is far beyond anything to hit the evolutionary scene yet.

#37 Hector

#38 Ronaldo


#39 Have you seen him?

#40 Cyberbully

#41 Evil villain


#42 Wandering

#43 Separate movies

#44 Ripped


#45 Family dinner

#46 Exorcist

#47If not now, then when


#48 Brittany

#49 Dumbest predictor

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